Consumers awareness raising on non-cash payment fraud
Consumers awareness raising on non-cash payment fraud

International conference

On 1 March 2012, Lithuanian Consumer Institute organized a conference "Non-Cash Payments - Opportunities and Threats", the goal of which was to discuss the latest non-cash payment trends, opportunities and threats, to exchange opinions about possibilities for raising consumer awareness in this area.  More than 100 participants attended the conference.

 

PROGRAMME

10:00-10:10Introductory address
Kęstutis GLAVECKAS - Head of Budget and finance Committee of the Lithuanian Parliament
10:10-10:35Payment Tendencies and Projections
Šarūnas GRIGAS - Chief economist, Payment Systems Policy Unit, Bank of Lithuania. 
10:35-11:00
Financially Literate Lithuanian - Mission (Im)possible?
Odeta BLOŽIENĖ - Head of Private Finance Institute
11:00-11:25Why Consumer Education on Non-Cash Payments is Indispensable?
Zita ČEPONYTĖ - President, Lithuanian Consumer Institute
11:25-11:50Protection of Personal Data in Non-Cash Payments
Dijana ŠINKŪNIENĖ - Chief Advisor, State Data Protection Inspectorate
11:50-12:00Discussion
12:00-13:15Lunch Break
13:15-13:40Non-Cash payments in Latvia. Consumer approach.
Baiba MILTOVICA - International Affairs of the Latvian National Association for Consumer Protection, member of the ECCG
13:40-14:05Tendencies of Criminal Acts Related to Electronic Payments in Lithuania
Vytautas GAILIUŠAS - Head of Money Forgery Investigation Unit, Crime Investigation 2-nd Division, Criminal Police Bureau of Lithuania
Donatas VILIAMAS - Head of 2-nd Unit, Electronic Crime Investigation Division
14:05-14:30
Experience of Fraud Prevention and Investigation
Zita RADZEVIČIŪTĖ - Head of Procedural Debt Recovery Unit, General Financing UAB
Jurgita ČIŽAITĖ - Debt Management Expert, General Financing UAB
14:30-14:55Bank Responsibility and Consumer Rights in Cases of Loss, Theft or Illegal Use of Means of Payment
Mindaugas CIVILKA - Lawyer, Lawyers Office M.Civilka,  dr. Pranas ŠVEDAS -Lowyer
14:55-15:15Discussion