ECB issues special debit card to players, umpires to restrict corruption

The England Cricket Board (ECB), asking to avoid cash transactions during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, has issued special debit cards to all cricketers, match officials, field umpires and also match referees.

ECB issues special debit card to players, umpires to restrict corruption

All payments and allowances are to be deposited in this special debit card. The measure has been taken with an aim to hinder the pathway of corruption.

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Media reports in England said,

“The ECB has deposited all payments to the players, team officials and match officials until 6 June when the group stage matches end. The card is valid until August and can be used for shopping, payments and at restaurants.”

Transaction through these debit cards will facilitate ICC Anti-Corruption Unit’s tracking of all financial transactions made by and to cricketers, teams and match officials.

Earlier, the International Cricket Council (ICC) revealed of inserting special measures, in association with law enforcing agencies, during the World Cup in order to safeguard players from corrupted offers.

It has been reported that the ICC affiliated cricket boards have also made positive notes about the move.

The ICC Anti-corruption Unit is also keeping close looks to all black listed people.

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