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Making banks accountable for tech frauds  

January 6, 2014

An improved code forces banks to be more careful about technology-related frauds on their customers, for which banks are unaccountable now.


Sucheta Dalal


The year promises to begin on a better note for bank customers. A report in the Economic Times (ET) says that the revised code of services by the Banking Codes and Standards Board of India (BCSBI) is going to be significantly pro-consumer and move towards a better balance of rights and obligations between banks and their customers. According to the ET report, there are two main changes. First, when it comes to electronic fraud, the onus of proving that the customer participated in the fraud or compromised the user ID and password will shift to the bank. While the details of the changes prescribed by BCSBI are not known, these changes were recommended by the Damodaran committee on customer services way back in 2011.


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