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A method of banking in which the customer conducts transactions electronically via the Internet.‘it's hard to beat e-banking for the 24-hour convenience it offers Internet-literate customers’
- ‘More and more security experts are lining up against the use of static passwords for e-banking; in part because the technique makes consumers easy prey for phishers.’
- ‘Telecommuting, e-banking and e-commerce will be everyday items.’
- ‘You might have e-banking and Internet banking, but you still need access to the cash itself.’
- ‘The closely watched investigation is rapidly becoming a touchstone case for the future of e-banking in South Africa.’
- ‘While the error is not the bank's fault, it is nevertheless reflective of the need to rethink the virtues of flashy, corporate banks that promise facilities like ATM, e-banking, and other electronic, click-of-the-mouse transactions.’
- ‘Similarly, no one content type distinguishes their Web activity: town pages, online auctions, music and sports, general interest portals, e-banking and Web based e-mail are all present.’
- ‘The issues discussed at the forum were all related to e-commerce, e-banking, e-security and e-solutions.’
- ‘Other popular reasons for going on-line include searching for medical and health-related information (57%), e-banking (37%), and to find employment (31%).’
- ‘E-commerce or e-banking is based on a hard Internet architecture.’
- ‘Now the WWW has become the preferred environment for a multitude of e-services: e-commerce, e-banking, e-voting, e-government, etc.’
- ‘However, Web site data indicated that e-banking contains a relatively high number of pages per visit.’
- ‘In fact, the advent of e-banking makes such a practice even less sensible.’
- ‘But one the greatest features of e-banking was electronic payment.’
- ‘This was my method until I opened a bank account with the company a few years ago and was introduced to the wonderful world of e-banking.’
- ‘Therefore, the WWW is currently a commonly used platform for e-commerce, e-banking, e-auctioning, e-government, e-voting, e-healthcare, e-insurance, e-anything.’
- ‘In contrast, e-banking became common relatively early in Finland.’
- ‘It will provide these companies with the means to offer complete e-banking and take full advantage of the Internet.’
- ‘It is safe computing practice not to perform critical web surfing activities such as E-banking and checking your email on a public computer.’
- ‘His company had introduced e-banking, e-governments and e-campus in Zambia to assist the country in embracing and advancing in e-solutions.’
- ‘None of this e-banking or wire transfer stuff for them.’
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