The Irish Payment Services Organisation has issued an unprecedented warning to store owners after a series of thefts.
What does IPSO stand for?
IPSO stands for Irish Payment Services Organisation (Ireland)
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We have 43 other meanings of IPSO in our Acronym Attic
- International Product Safety News
- Inter Press Service News Agency
- Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (pinball machine database)
- Independent Press Standards Organisation (UK)
- Information Piety Society of Orthodoxy (Catholic ministry)
- Input, Processing, Storage, Output (computer engineering)
- International Peace Support Operations (course)
- International Psychoanalytic Studies Organization (since 1971)
- International Psychology Students Organization
- Internet Protocol Security Option
- Original Integrated Protection System
- Intellectual Property System on Chip
- Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential
- Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion
- Institute for Public Safety Partnerships (Chicago, IL)
- Instituto de Previsión Social del Periodista (Guatemala)
- Intelligence Priorities for Strategic Planning
- International Parliament for Safety and Peace
- Internet Payment Service Provider
- Internet Protocol Security Policy (IETF)
Samples in periodicals archive:
uk Global Banking News - 16 May 2011 Figures gleaned from a report of the Irish Banking Federation (IBF), and the Irish Payment Services Organisation (IPSO), show that online banking customers have increased in Ireland.
Una Dillon of the Irish Payment Services Organisation (IPSO) cardskimming was decreasing but on-line fraudsters continue to invent new ways of cheating people out of cash.
Statistics from the Irish Payment Services Organisation (IPSO) show there were 253 incidents of cash machine fraud in the first 18 weeks of the year.
Barry O'Mahony of the Irish Payment Services Organisation confirmed to me that 'chip and PIN' ATM cards are not the answer to ending card fraud.
The Irish Payment Services Organisation is reminding consumers to avoid carrying large amounts of cash around and to use a payment card when possible IPSO's head of Card Services and Communications, Una Dillon, said: "It is safer to leave funds in your current account until you are ready to use them.
The Irish Payment Services Organisation advises consumers to take more care when entering their pin.
Una Dillon, head of The Irish Payment Services Organisation, said: "They validate the card number by purchasing items like a packet of biscuits for EUR1.