How to disable C6 Bank card approximation payment? Check if this is possible and see how to solve problems with the bank
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In this article, we are going to talk about a very simple function within the C6 Bank application, but that many people don’t know about. We are talking about payment by approximation of your credit card. This is the so-called contactless function, which is already active on all cards the moment you receive it.
In general, you can make payments this way in the amount of up to BRL 100 without entering the password. After that, the password is requested. But many people prefer not to have this function activated, to avoid problems. So, to see if this is possible, check out below.
How to disable C6 Bank card approximation payment?
So, the first thing to say is that, at the moment, it is not possible to disable the contactless payment function. According to C6 Bank, this is already an old demand, which should be released soon. But for now, it’s not available. Meanwhile, the bank’s indication is that you block your credit card, unlocking it only when you need to.
In addition, in case of theft or robbery, the ideal is to access your account as soon as possible and block the card. With this, you can request a duplicate and start using it as soon as possible. If you have any kind of problem with the C6 Bank card and the payment by approximation, the bank’s recommendation is to get in touch as soon as possible.
This can be done through the official C6 Bank service channels. One of the options for talking to the C6 Bank is to contact the Relationship Center C6 calling 3003 6116 (capitals) or 0800 660 6116 (other locations). Another easier one is to enter the app and look for the help section, talking to an attendant via chat.
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