A UK judge has ruled in favour of high street bank Halifax in the country's first ever phantom withdrawal lawsuit involving a chip card.
Interesting to know what was in this printout that enabled the judge to ascertain that the real card was used.
The full text of the judgement, including details of the experts called by claimant an defendent, and the transaction records produced, can be found here: http://www.alikelman.com/jobhbos.pdf
So ... I have just spent the last hour looking at the stuff from the court. I am completely with Marite on this, I would dearly love to see what the Halifax produced that enabled the judge to accept that they had proven their case.
The evidence as presented does seem to imply that Mr Jobs (or associate) did actually make the withdrawals, and I think for that, the correct resolution, in terms of who gets the cash, was reached. At this time, however, the Halifax have absolutely not
proven their case (I am surprised the Cambridge "experts" haven't spotted the holes, but hey!); and the result could have been very different. The defence only needed to have asked the right questions ...!
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