How Banksters Plan To Replace Your Wallet With Something They Control

‘Retailers such as Wal-Mart, Target and Costco are utilizing biometric identification for accurate management of goods, while hoping to incorporate the biometric checkout where customers can use their fingerprint or retina to pay for their items without having to use their credit/debit cards or write a check.

By having employees scan their fingerprints into a corporate database, retail corporations can reduce theft and eliminate payroll confusion; however this initiative is really about collecting biometric data to store and use at a later date.

Perhaps customers could wave their smartphone over a scanner to be identified at a retail store without having to use their eyes or hands.’

Tech Corps Hope to Replace Your Wallet With Biometric Identification.

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One thought on “How Banksters Plan To Replace Your Wallet With Something They Control

  1. What’s man still needed for? The end of simplification is annihilation. All those behavioural control mechanisms on the web, digitised shopping and banking features as well as accommodation bookings, car rental and delivery of food are aiming at the separation of the digital mind from the physical body. Mankind is losing control. On the contrary, spending money should continue to be a haptic experience, to let the buyers „feel“ the value of their purchase. Paying with an eyelid movement is like talking in a language nobody knows.

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