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to prevent further misuse of the card, the payment gateway or your card association (visa, mastercard etc.) notifies you about the block, through email, sms, automatic notices on your bank account etc.
you can report the fraudulent activity as a misuse of card details or by filing a complaint with the financial institution or its card association. for misuse of card details, you can contact your card issuer, or you can give the details of the fraudulent transaction to the authorities.
this number can be obtained by calling the merchant site at 844-410-1050 and they can provide you the 3 digit code. verification of the personal card number and correct 3 digit code will enable the netsafe wallet to work. you can call the merchant for this information, or just type the three digits in the last card transaction if it was indeed the first/only transaction of yours. there is no need to remember the number.
eligible netsafe wallet users can earn the netsafe card $100 cash back, and one can only avail the cash back reward after the first billing cycle of the wallet account. this would mean that the cash would be credited within a few weeks of the netsafe wallet being activated and the netsafe card being swiped.
each netsafe wallet comes with a netsafe personal identification number, wallet id, and a mobile number.
each netsafe card or wallet comes with a personal identification number, wallet id, and a mobile number. in addition to it, the wallet comes with a pin.
at any merchant site, the netsafe wallet can be used to make an online purchase. on this site, the pin entered and activated on the netsafe wallet will be required. the netsafe wallet pin is displayed on the merchant site.
the card company outsources all of their security measures to some company. there is a reason they use a 3-digit number. they don’t do anything themselves other than cut the check and send it out. the company is responsible for all security measures. big issue: the cvc2 / cvv2 is prone to human error. so often in retail and even other industries the card is handed to a counter person who does nothing but give out info and not check what the customer keyed in. the recent problems with major retailers like american express caught a lot of people off guard because the system has been deployed for a long time. the incentives to outsource companies is to make sales so if they have difficulty for a moment they turn off service for that customer for a couple days. sometimes the customer has a card that is blocked, (cvc2/cvv2) and the customer can be locked out of their account until they call and provide the cvc2 or cvv2, it’s just a lot of hassle for them. they may come to you with the userid/password or the cvv2/cvv2 is not showing up on the screen. so how does it work? if your card is blocked for 60 days (in case of fraud) and 3 tries of the same cvc2/cvv2 is issued by the issuing bank then it will get turned off. if you are not a user but are a merchant then the market will just find you an account, (if you have the time). so a lot of folks have probably never had a major issue like this. it is the merchant who is likely to have the problem. if a merchant has trouble with their cvc2/cvv2 they will need to go to their issuing bank and have it unlocked. if that doesn’t work they will probably need to contact the merchant processing company to have the card turned back on. 5ec8ef588b