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    Perhaps this is a difference in UK and American English, but my 1st reading of “shakedown” followed the definition here https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=shakedown Obviously that’s not what you want to imply. I wouldn’t use “Shakedown” in the headline.

    I’m at a total loss on why any bank customer would agree to let 3rd parties log-in to their bank accounts. Why is this non-sensical provision in the directive? You might want to do a person-on-the-street set of interviews and ask say 20 people. 1) are you aware of the directive? and 2) would you agree to let a 3rd party to log into your account? My feeling is that 18 would answer 1) no and 20 would answer 2) no

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      Thanks Peter, I take your point on the headline, so have tweaked accordingly.

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    Hi Burhan,

    Is this post’s headline correct?

    Best

    A+

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      Hi. Sorry, glitches in the autosave. Headline rectified now.

      Edited: 2018-07-23 16:49:38 By Burhan Wazir (talk | contribs) + 1 Characters .. + 1% change.‎‎ (Note | Diff)

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