What the patent claims:
A method for improving the security of a credit card transaction based on the use of one or more secondary ID documents selected from the group of: driver's licenses, passports, birth certificates, credit cards, debit cards, gift cards, airline tickets, or identification cards; or based on the credit card user's fingerprint, iris or voice.
Unique, patented method of secondary validation.
Compromised card data is rendered useless because the secondary security layer is unknown or unattainable to a potential thief.
Precise identity verification.
Transactions are protected with maximum security to significantly reduce identity and card fraud.
Easy & effortless authentication.
Authentication for consumers, merchants and financial institutions is simple and non-invasive to create peace of mind and confidence.
Stopping fraud before it occurs
PrivacyOne will flag stolen cards at the very moment attempts are made to purchase goods or service – essentially, stopping fraud.