Newly launched credit cards can satisfy Banks concerns about card fraud: miniature fingerprint scanners inside credit cards conform to ISO standards

Las Vegas NV – May 6, 2016 – “What amazes so many banks and credit card issuers is the fact that we have embedded a fully functional miniature fingerprint scanner inside the credit cards which conforms to industry standards regarding card size and thickness. And, the Banks are able to issue our biometric cards without having to change any existing retail chip card readers or ATM's,” stated SmartMetric's President & CEO, Chaya Hendrick.

The SmartMetric fingerprint solution is the only biometric card in the world that can be used across all card reader platforms including ATM's while conforming to ISO and banking industry standards

Since launching in April, SmartMetric is now actively engaged in talks with credit card issuing Banks around the world. These Banks fully expect the biometric fingerprint protected card to satisfy customer concerns about card fraud, while at the same time mitigating their own card fraud losses.

About SMARTMETRIC, INC. (OTCQB: SMME)
Registered in the State of Nevada and based in the U. S, SmartMetric, Inc. is a technology engineering, research and development company with centers in Argentina, Palo Alto, and Tel-Aviv.

SmartMetric specializes in miniature electronic systems and software for use in Biometric identification and validation. Hardware and software engineering are done internally. The Company can deliver unique and cutting edge enterprise-class products to the Payments industry, as well as Corporate and Government sectors.

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Corporate Website: www.smartmetric.com


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