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Shell Provides Consumers Gasoline Industry's First Pay By Touch Technology at the Pump
Date:11/1/2007

Drivers Get New Level of Convenience and Security With Gasoline Industry's

First Pay At The Pump Biometric Payment Service

CHICAGO, Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- For the first time, drivers can pay for their gasoline with just the touch of a finger thanks to a new payment method Shell Oil Products US is piloting in Chicagoland starting this week. Shell is the first gasoline retailer in the world to adopt Pay By Touch's convenient and secure biometric payment technology. Shell is piloting Pay By Touch at 10 Chicagoland retail locations.*

"What's easier than paying at the pump with your finger? Pay By Touch will help Shell customers refill faster and easier, which is why we are so excited to be the first gasoline retailer in the world to offer it to consumers," said Chris Suess, manager of global refueling innovations. "We are always striving to make our customers' experiences more convenient and Pay By Touch is free, fast, secure and easy."

Biometrics is a means of verifying personal identity by measuring and analyzing unique physical or behavioral characteristics like fingerprints or voice patterns, and is already popular with Chicagoland shoppers. They have been paying for groceries with just the touch of a finger at Jewel and Cub Foods stores for more than a year, and now they can use Pay By Touch at Shell without having to sign up again. The Pay By Touch system at Shell uses a simple finger scan to debit an individual's checking account or charge their Shell Card or Shell MasterCard. This is one of the most secure payment methods at the pump or in the Shell retail store.

"We are honored to be working with Shell -- a technology leader and our first gasoline industry partner," said John Rogers, Pay By Touch founder and executive chairman. "When its time to get gasoline at Shell, all drivers will need is a finger, making the task more convenient and the transaction more secure. Pay By Touch helps Shell provide better customer se
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