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The move from an XFS 3.00 specification to a 3.02 specification has been prompted by customer demand for support of ECB Article 6 legislation to deal with handling of forgery and suspected forgery notes. To do cash recycling in Europe there are requirements defined in article 6 how to deal with money that is a forgery or might be a forgery. The bank notes are classified in levels. The following levels are defined at the moment: - level1: no bank note - level2: forgery - level3: possibly a forgery - level4: real money A signature is a unique identifier for a bank note. It is used together with the transaction data like an account number to identify the customer who has deposited this banknote.
|Nederlandse titel||Extensions for Financial Services (XFS) interface specification - Release 3.0 - Part 15: Cash In Module Device Class Interface - Programmer' Reference|
|Engelse titel||Extensions for Financial Services (XFS) interface specification - Release 3.0 - Part 15: Cash In Module Device Class Interface - Programmer' Reference|