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  1. #6891
    Quote Originally Posted by CodeName47  [View Original Post]
    ANZ has to have one yet. Last time when I left the card in an ATM overseas was not a pleasant experience when it comes to block it.

    NAB's implementation is good.
    ATMs here won't give you the money until you remove the card.

  2. #6890
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieGaigin  [View Original Post]
    My Australian accounts have a "switch" in the app which allows me to turn "In-store" or "on-line" international card payments on or off.
    ANZ has to have one yet. Last time when I left the card in an ATM overseas was not a pleasant experience when it comes to block it.

    NAB's implementation is good.

  3. #6889
    On n26 MasterCard you have an app on the phone with instantaneous updates for each operations fine anywhere in the world.

    There are also 3 switches, ATM cash drawing yes / no, web payment why / and, international payments why / and.

    If all no, card can be only used in shops on payment terminals.

    You receive alerts when attempt of debit unauthorized on your app.

    You can manage limits also in the app.

    Very secure.

    No fees on international payments, unlimited ATM use outside my country, exhange rate is the current official one.

    But the last options costs 10 euros per month.

  4. #6888
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieGaigin  [View Original Post]
    My Australian accounts have a "switch" in the app which allows me to turn "In-store" or "on-line" international card payments on or off.
    Aussie cards also now email or SMS you and suspected fraud before totally blocking the card. Bought a suit in Singapore yesterday, a hotel room in Manila today and a massage in Bangkok tomorrow? Just reply 'yes' to the sms alert and no harm done.

  5. #6887
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    That would be handy to have.
    It is quite handy. And very safe.

    If the card is mislaid, lost or stolen, you can switch it off without needing to notify the bank immediately. The bank notifies you if anyone attempts to use it while switched off. If it is subsquently recovered you just switch it back on again. If your bank cancels the card, it cannot be reactivated. You have to wait for a new one. Cancelled cards also affect any direct debits / subscriptions attached to them.

    Switching it off between uses prevents anyone cloning the card from using it.

  6. #6886
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieGaigin  [View Original Post]
    My Australian accounts have a "switch" in the app which allows me to turn "In-store" or "on-line" international card payments on or off.
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    That would be handy to have.
    All the credit card issuers have this feature in my neck of the woods. Regional blocking they call it. You can logon to their web site and turn on and off physical use of your card in different parts of the world (Asia, Africa etc) for a given period.

  7. #6885
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieGaigin  [View Original Post]
    My Australian accounts have a "switch" in the app which allows me to turn "In-store" or "on-line" international card payments on or off.
    That would be handy to have.

  8. #6884
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    My Canadian banks no longer take travel notifications, they claim that they have other fraud detection methods that they apply.
    My Australian accounts have a "switch" in the app which allows me to turn "In-store" or "on-line" international card payments on or off.

  9. #6883
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    My Canadian banks no longer take travel notifications, they claim that they have other fraud detection methods that they apply.
    Capital One credit cards are the same. No travel notification needed.

  10. #6882
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    One of my American banks has done the same, they've even taken the 'travel notification' link off their Account webpage. On the phone they just wish you a good trip.
    My AMEX no longer takes travel notifications, They told me when I book a flight with the AMEX card they know where I am going and not to bother calling them.

  11. #6881
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    My Canadian banks no longer take travel notifications, they claim that they have other fraud detection methods that they apply.
    One of my American banks has done the same, they've even taken the 'travel notification' link off their Account webpage. On the phone they just wish you a good trip.

  12. #6880
    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyPete  [View Original Post]
    Don't forget to submit a travel notice to your bank before you arrive.
    My Canadian banks no longer take travel notifications, they claim that they have other fraud detection methods that they apply.

  13. #6879

    Credit card for Grab

    You can sign up with Grab from home in USA, just use a VPN.

    Don't forget to submit a travel notice to your bank before you arrive.

  14. #6878
    Quote Originally Posted by Diglerni  [View Original Post]
    That is correct. Grab doesn't allow you to add it in US. Once you reach Asia you can add and use. Do it as the airplane is landing.
    Don't forget to submit a travel notice to your bank before you arrive.

  15. #6877
    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalGuy  [View Original Post]
    My Grab app won't accept any credit card. It just keeps saying, "our server reported an error. " Maybe it's doing this because I am sill in the US?
    That is correct. Grab doesn't allow you to add it in US. Once you reach Asia you can add and use. Do it as the airplane is landing.

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