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Japan Post Bank to Scrap "Mijica" Cashless Payment Service

Japan Post Bank to Scrap "Mijica" Cashless Payment Service

   Tokyo, Jan. 8 (Jiji Press)--Japan Post Bank <7182> will abolish its "mijica" cashless payment card service due to many security flaws and launch a new service around spring 2022, its President Norito Ikeda said Friday.
   Ikeda also announced that he will voluntarily return 10 pct of his monthly pay for three months to take responsibility for fraudulent transfers of customer deposits using the mijica service.

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