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What to do if credit card get stuck in a machine abroad

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It is a debit card made more specifically for ATM use. In which a PIN is always required and you can not use it as credit. So merchants that only allow credit transaction can not accept ATM cards.


You can obtain cash from an ATM if you have a credit card or a debit card.


It is a debit card made more specifically for ATM use. In which a PIN is always required and you can not use it as credit. So merchants that only allow credit transaction can not accept ATM cards.


If your ATM card is stuck, then try the following: a. Press the Cancel Button a few times to see if the ATM card comes out b. If it does - pick up your ATM card c. If it doesn't, inform the Security who would be waiting outside the ATM and ask him not to allow anyone inside for atleast the next 5 minutes and d. Call up customer care and inform them of the situation. They will block your ATM Card Usually cards that get stuck inside an ATM are stored inside specially designed vaults that are supposed to hold stuck or confiscated ATM Cards. The bank authorities will be able to get their hands on them and take appropriate action.


Anyone who has a debit or credit card !


Smart cards are comparable in size to an ATM card or credit card and store your personal information on it electronically.Smart Card



If your mom goes to the ATM and withdraws 300 from her saving account, she will do this with her credit card.


An offline ATM card is similar to a credit card. It allows the cardholder to make purchases through a credit card machine. Instead of using a pin code format, they will have to sign for purchases.


A credit card and your PIN number.


Answer a t m pinno you can not use card with no pin at and ATM hope this helps


A Credit Card is a plastic instrument that can be used for purchase of goods and services. You can buy the services and then re-pay the card issuing institution on a monthly basis An ATM card is another plastic instrument that you can use for withdrawing cash from an ATM machine. You can only withdraw as much as you have in your account.


When you phoned the credit card company to activate your card, they should have let you select a PIN number which has four digits. If you've done that you can get money from any ATM machine.


Paypal offer payment cards by invitation only. The card isn't a credit card but acts like a debit card attached to a Paypal balance. It can be used at an ATM in the same way as a debit card to withdraw cash.


A card skimmer is a device used to steal credit card information. It is placed over the card slot in an ATM machine where it will read the magnetic strip of credit cards as they pass into the ATM. It will then usually keep a record of cardholder information until the criminal returns to the ATM to remove it and recover the data.


No not if its not linked to a checking account. it has to have a visa or mastercard symbol on it Sometimes the store that you go to, the ATm pad doesn't work so it can be use as a credit card, but it will appear as a debit on your bank statement.


An ATM card or a credit card with cash advance priveledges. A personal identification number (PIN) and of course....money in the bank.


No, they are independent of each other.


Yes, as long as you have a password to use with it.


In order to know whether or not the credit card number is valid, one should check out from the bank of the credit card, or using the card at an ATM machine.


A credit machine is a machine that uses a credit card for purchasing purposes while an ATM is an Automated Teller and is meant to deposit and withdraw cash from an account.


There are various ways to acquire a Visa credit card. One can use their checking accounts and have their ATM card double as a Visa credit card. Another way is to apply to banks a revolving credit line.


Yes. You are not really getting credit-it draws from your balance like an atm.


Yes. If the card is a debit card then you are spending your own money. If it is a Credit Card then you spending the credit card companies money and you can quickly forget how you can repay that money back to the credit card company with interest


The CVVC appears on the back of a credit card or debit card in the space that you're supposed to sign. On an ATM card that is not also a debit card, there probably won't be one.



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