11 Dec '11, 11pm

UOB smartphone app lets users draw cash at ATMs - without their card

UOB smartphone app lets users draw cash at ATMs - without their card

Register family members or friends on the United Overseas Bank (UOB) personal banking website by keying in their names, identity card numbers and mobile phone numbers, as well as your relationship with them. They need not be UOB customers. Log on to the app and type in your user name and password, the same ones you use for Internet banking. The app will then prompt you for a random one-time password, which will be sent to your mobile phone via a text message. Click on the feature called Mobile Cash, enter the amount you want to withdraw - it has to be in multiples of 10 - and select a person from the list of people you previously registered. Create a 'withdrawal password', which you must communicate to the person you have chosen to withdraw money from your account via a phone call. The withdrawal password has to be communicated by the UOB customer to his appointed person. ...

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