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The huge cost, passed on to shoppers in higher bills, was justified on the basis that it would drastically cut debit and credit card fraud.
However, the reality is that it has provided a springboard for a massive explosion in the cloning of cards.
At the same time the Home Office has decided that it is no longer the job of the police to record and investigate card fraud.
Now police forces across the country are directing victims to their banks, rather than mounting investigations.
We have 24 hour customer service, through either online chat or over the phone, and are available to help you with any questions you want to ask, or problems you are having with the site.More disturbingly, the figure has jumped by £182.8million - 43 per cent - since the chip and PIN system became universal on Valentine's Day in 2006.The surge in card fraud comes as the big banks are taking a tough line with victims and increasingly refusing to pay refunds.That was up by 18 per cent on 2007 and by 75 per cent compared to 2005.Security expert Professor Ross Anderson, of Cambridge University's Computer Lab, said: 'The banks' claims that chip and PIN would curb fraud was nothing but spin.