How you Protect Your Debit and Credit Cards in Pakistan SBP Details

Debit and Credit cards

Protect Your Debit and Credit Cards:

How you can protect your Debit and Credit Cards? Check your accounts online or via mobile as part of your daily routine. You may also be able to request to receive alerts on your business card or account transactions from your financial institution. With these steps, you can detect and report suspicious activity right away.

You take someone out to a business lunch and leave your these on the table, or even worse, your wallet is stolen or lost. Fortunately, many cards offer protection by promptly reporting the lost or stolen card, and/or unauthorized charges.

The key is to report the loss immediately. The sooner you contact your financial institution, the faster they can act to help protect your account. Learn how to report a lost/stolen card.

Commit your Personal Identification Numbers (PIN) to memory, as well as passwords for your cards and accounts, rather than write them down. Set reminders to change your passwords every six months. If you must write them down, store them in a secure place, like a safe.

Never give out your Social Security number, debit card number, credit card number, or other personal or business information over the phone, over email, or on the internet unless you have a trusted business relationship with the company and you have initiated the contact.

Separate your business and personal accounts, including your debit cards, credit cards, and checking accounts. That way, if you’re the victim of fraud, the fraudsters won’t have access to all of your money. Maintaining separate accounts also makes it easier to track your business and personal expenses, and to file your taxes.

Following these six simple steps can give you peace of mind that you have taken steps to help your business debit cards, credit cards, and other accounts be secure so you can focus on running your business.


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