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03-Jan-2018 11:57

Prepaid cards are increasingly being used on the growing number of websites showing inappropriate images of children, since credit cards are no longer accepted.'Anonymous' prepaid cards Speaking in Parliament recently, Geraint Davies explained that prepaid cards worth up to £100 can be purchased at shops and service stations anonymously.There is a lot of money involved and no appetite for voluntary industry action." Strong response by Visa Europe Both of the companies cited by Mr Davies, Visa and Master Card, vehemently claimed that they are doing everything in their power to stop the criminal activity.Visa Europe explained that its stance on child abuse is "unequivocal," noting that for the past eight years, it has been scanning the web for sites selling indecent images and using the firm's logo."All the buyer has to do is put in a name and address, say Donald Duck and Buckingham Palace, and away he goes." Card industry 'cannot police itself' Mr Davies explained that offenders are now turning to prepaid cards for this type of activity as action has been taken to stop credit and debit cards being used in this way.He recommended that people buying the cards should be required to show a proof of identity, with card companies being liable for penalties in instances of child abuse images being downloaded.

Having a credit card associated with an account means that any new accounts with the same credit card number can be disallowed because it’s the same person.Our rules stipulate clearly that our member banks must terminate the acquiring contracts with these merchants." Master Card Worldwide taking 'aggressive' stance Master Card Worldwide was similarly forthright in its assessment of the situation, explaining that it always works "aggressively" to crack down on illegal activity involving its payment network.