Payment cards

Cards are often used to pay for goods in shops and to withdraw cash. It is important that you understand your rights and obligations when you take out a credit or debit card.

Basic features

Payment cards are payment instruments issued by a financial institution or retailer that allow payments to be made without cash.

Type of payment cards

There is a wide range of payment cards with different trade names and functions. Knowing their main features will help you choose the card that best suits your needs.

Taking out a payment card

As with any other contract, you should be aware of the terms and conditions and keep all the documents provided when you take out the card.

Cancelling a payment card

What should I do if I no longer wish to use my card?

Fraudulent use of a payment card

What happens if my card is lost or stolen and someone uses it fraudulently?

Payment methods and interest

How do I pay and how much interest will I be charged?

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