10 helpful tips for planning a trip :
- Notify the MasterCard call centre about your trip (1-888-622-2783) so that a travel notification is posted to your credit card and Client Card files. This will prevent your cards from being blocked. You can also use the secure « E-Mail » form, located on the top left side of your Internet Banking Solutions Overview page.
- Check the expiry date and credit limit of your credit card, as well as the withdrawal limits on your Client Card.
- Use the Client Card limit management tool to personalize your daily withdrawal limits in order to reduce the risk in case of fraud.
- Your National Bank MasterCard credit card has a PIN which enables you to access an ATM* should your Client Card not work during your trip. Simply use the same PIN that you would use to authorize a purchase.
- Before you leave, check whether the country you'll be visiting has the following international payment networks:
- Make a list of the cards you'll be bringing with you and of the issuing companies' telephone numbers so that you can contact them in case of loss or theft.
- Arrange payment of your monthly bills during your absence (pre-authorized debits and payments).
- Make a photocopy of your passport and give it to a close friend or family member in case you run into problems while abroad.
- Keep receipts for credit card purchases so that you can validate the amounts charged on your statement when you return from your trip.
- Be selective about the cards you bring along and avoid bringing too many credit or debit cards.
* Access to ATMs in THE EXCHANGE, the Interac and MasterCard CIRRUS networks. Network usage fees if applicable.
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