Hi Roh, did you clik the "more" thing? Once I expanded mine the image showed right up..... it's about atm usage , if you can't get it , ill repost, just let me know, it's kinda helpful information about safety. kim
Kim SW 252 CW 180.3 GW 135
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I can't see pictures at work or click outside links, but I assume that this is the thing saying that if you type your pin in backwards it will call the police.
I guess one thing to help you know that it is false, is that some people might have a pin like 1111 or 5665 that is the same forwards and backwards. It would make no sense for the police to come every time one of those people tried to make a withdrawal.
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Here's the thing....some people, like my DH don't use their PIN on a regular basis, let alone be able to "reverse" it with a gun at his head, so it make me skeptical about this. You always see people saying "What's my PIN". LOL Another thing is that I think most robbers would know about this, too and REVERSE the PIN given them.
That snopes site said one of the reasons this was not put into play (the reversing of the PIN) was because most people, under pressure, would not be able to reverse a PIN.
That's nice to have the snopes site, thanks DEBBIE!!!
No worries. Like Kali, I am viewing this from work and they filter things very heavily. No pictures, no links, no viewing anything that isn't either on WebMD or a company website or something similar. And I can never remember to come here when I come home to my lovely unrestricted internet.
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