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How do I get a contactless card? We are able to offer a contactless card on most of our current account range. Please give us a call on 03457 21 31 41 (Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 8am-6pm and Sun 9am-5pm) or visit your local branch to see if we can offer you a card. Is there a limit on the value of goods I can purchase with my contactless card?
A card that's pre-loaded with money. As its name suggests, Visa prepaid is a type of Visa card that is pre-loaded with funds. Instead of being linked to a bank account (like Visa debit), or providing a line of credit (like Visa credit), the amount you can spend is limited by the value that’s been pre-loaded onto the card.
After applying and receiving your credit limit, if you change your mind, you have 15 days to withdraw from your credit card agreement with us and cancel the card. You can do this by phone or in writing. You will have to repay us any credit and interest outstanding on your balance within 30 days. Interest will be charged for each day between the credit being drawn down and repaid. At any time.
So we use some of the most advanced technology to protect your contactless payments. If your card gets lost or stolen you're 100% protected against fraudulent activity on your account. Just contact us and we'll take care of it. And, just so you know all payments made using contactless are marked on your statements with a contactless symbol.
There isn’t a daily limit for contactless payments, however from time to time, when you shop using contactless payments, you’ll need to put your card into the machine and enter your PIN to verify it’s you before you can use contactless again. This is part of a new EU regulation to help prevent fraud. To get up and running with contactless you’ll need to pay with your PIN the first time.
Card purchases are anything you buy with your credit card. This excludes balance transfers, money transfers, cash (e.g. at ATMs and over the counter), non-sterling currency, travellers' cheques, postal orders, gambling transactions, and electronic transfers of cash. Learn more about using your card to make purchases.