Can biometrics be used for fraud prevention?

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Can biometric identifiers be used for fraud prevention in a developing nation?

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Actually, biometrics have been proven to be a lot less secure.

There’s a reason why people stopped mass-marketing the technology.  As an example, here’s a simple search.

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  • carlosdl
    Yes.

    If you expect more elaborated answers, please elaborate on your question.
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  • Harisheldon
    Biometrics is the most secure means of authentication, but, as Carlos said, you need to elaborate more on what you are asking, especially when you use the term "developing nations."
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  • ToddN2000
    Yes. 

    Although biometrics may not be the most cost effective way to go for a "Developing Nation".

    What is your main goal/purpose?
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