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TheLostSwede wrote:So what's the point of having online baking if I have to fill in a form for every single account I want to transfer money to or make a payment to?
cfimages wrote:Little update. Decided to try my cards in an ATM in Nepal last week.
Taishin - worked fine, gave me some cash.
First Bank - didn't work at all despite it having a 4 digit pin and supposedly being ok for international use.
lostinasia wrote:After I used my Taiwanese Citibank Visa card in Nepal
roback33 wrote:I got a Visa Debit from Taishin bank and:
works with 4 digits code in France if you pick up money from an ATM
wasn't accepted by a taxi driver in France
worked in every hotel/shop in France
wasn't able to pick up money in Germany
was able to pay everything in Germany
You will need to enable the function for abroad (4 digits call) before use it.
Got the card within of 30 minutes
madracer wrote:Chinatrust update: finally got my verified by visa enabled, but need to test it out by buying something online that requires the security code. Will report back once I have tried it out.
Applied for credit cards as well, should arrive next week. Procedure was easy!
Anyone interested in trying to activate their verified by visa, i can post the procedure that worked for me. ( no gaurantee it will work for you, but worth a shot)
madracer wrote:So finally got to test my Chinatrust Debit Card on a Verified by Visa payment site.
Works perfectly, as per any other debit/credit card with the verified by visa authorisation.
zyzzx wrote:My Post Office debit card (with a 6 digit PIN) worked at ATMs in China. It only worked in the ATMs for some banks, but I think that was because some banks just don't accept foreign cards.
So far it's worked in every country I've tried it, even without a 4 digit PIN.
Lili wrote:Opened my bank account at Taipei Fubon Bank.
Needed ARC and Passport. My ARC is NOT valid for a year, ONLY 8 months. Still, no problems.
I received a bank book and debit card with the VISA logo on it but no name.
Still haven't used the card. Will update when I do.
trubadour wrote:Woohoo! I have managed to order stuff from amazon.co.uk with my VISA Electron (from MEGA bank). Works just like a credit card, enter your card number and it shows up as VISA. I think it is a change at Amazon's end, not anything to do with my bank. Apparently, ebuyer.co.uk now also accept VISA Electron, too.
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