Find Out How To Protect Your Debit Card With GTBank Card Protect

Find Out How To Protect Your Debit Card With GTBank Card Protect

Have you ever lost your GTBank debit card, perhaps in a cab, at home, stolen from you or you were robbed of the card, If any of these is your situation, I have good news for you. GTBank Card Protect is the simple solution to that complex situation you are facing. With GTBank Card Protect, you will need to control your Debit card from being used in a particular country or via a transaction channel.

You can access the Card Protect via Internet Banking, restrict your debit card from being used as long as you wish and be in full control of your finance’s security anytime, any day and any where.

How Does GTBank Protect Works?

Simply go to the GTbank internet banking platform, login with you internet banking login user name and password.

By the left corner, you will see “Card Services” click on it and you will see the drop down menu, you scroll down to the last option on the drop-down menu, you will see “Card Protect”. Click on it and you will see  where to chose the option to to block,

When you get to the card Control dashboard, you will be able to block and unblocking your GTBank debit card thereby giving you the ultimate control of how, when and where you use your GTBank debit card. With GTBank Card Protect, You are in full charge of your finances.

If you have anymore question on this great GTBank service, please kindly drop your information through the comment box.


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