Shell Still Trying To Figure Out That Anti-Skimmer Sticker Thing

Shell Still Trying To Figure Out That Anti-Skimmer Sticker Thing

Credit and debit card skimmers are a menace that might discourage consumers from using ATMs and pay-at-the-pump devices at gas stations. That’s why seals that show everyone whether a pump has been tampered with are a great idea, even if they aren’t foolproof at detecting the sneakiest and tiniest skimmers. Unless you employ them like some Shell stations. [More]

Shell Still Can’t Figure Out How To Use Anti-Theft Stickers On Gas Pumps

Shell Still Can’t Figure Out How To Use Anti-Theft Stickers On Gas Pumps

It’s a really great idea to try to prevent people from skimming credit cards at ATMs and gas pumps with anti-theft stickers –Â but the first important step? You gotta put the sticker in the right spot. Shell failed at this back in October, and it appears it’s still totally clueless when it comes to sticker placement. [More]

Those Anti-Skimming Gas Pump Stickers Don’t Work If You Do It Like This

Those Anti-Skimming Gas Pump Stickers Don’t Work If You Do It Like This

Last month, we wrote about the new-ish practice of slapping stickers on gas pumps to prevent credit card skimmers. But someone at this Shell station seemed to have missed the point of the sticker completely. [More]