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#1 » by ade22 (m) (β405) » February 9th, 2012, 6:02 pm

What can one do in case of stolen or lost or misplaced ATM or credit card?


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#2 » by NiceGuy (m) (β1285) » February 14th, 2012, 9:34 am

Notify your bank immediately so that they can block it from unauthorised usage. This is called 'hotlisting.'
ways of contacting your bank includes contacting the nearest branch or via their contact hot lines usually available on their documents and even printed on the cards.
Notify them immediately and every other thing shall follow.
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#3 » by Jegz (m) (β1974) » November 10th, 2012, 2:24 pm

NiceGuy wrote:Notify your bank immediately so that they can block it from unauthorised usage. This is called 'hotlisting.'
ways of contacting your bank includes contacting the nearest branch or via their contact hot lines usually available on their documents and even printed on the cards.
Notify them immediately and every other thing shall follow.
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#4 » by FriedChicken (β132) » December 6th, 2012, 4:59 pm

If I lose my card and the stealer doesnt know my code, guessing it 3 times at ATM will get it swallowed by the machine. So I think the card is as good as useless.


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#5 » by Karoo (β121) » August 10th, 2014, 12:09 pm

FriedChicken wrote:If I lose my card and the stealer doesnt know my code, guessing it 3 times at ATM will get it swallowed by the machine. So I think the card is as good as useless.

Your card is not completely useless n the hand of some who doesn't know your pin. There are many ways the thief can still access your fund by merely knowing your card number printed on the card. Many online purchases and POS transactions still scale through without pin. So, the best thing is to notify your bank immediately.

Also, if your card gets trapped in the ATM, please notify your bank too. Fraudsters use skimming devices to do this. Else you start receiving debit alerts.

Notify your bank!

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#6 » by Guest (β0) » August 11th, 2014, 12:57 pm

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