FRISCO, Texas - Fujitsu Transaction Solutions here has denied that certain versions of its GlobalStore and RAFT POS software are capable of storing private consumer data from debit or credit transactions such as PINs. According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, that software was cited in a recent alert that Visa USA, San Francisco, sent to some of its "acquirer" financial institutions, which process electronic credit and debit transactions for retailers. In a press statement that ...

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