As a cardholder you can come to us for help when you wish to dispute a card transaction.
Don't recognise the purchase?
It is not uncommon that the seller which you have purchased goods or services from goes by another name in the invoice you receive from us. This is common for gas stations and charging stations, but also for car rental companies and various online vendors.
As the card issuer, we are able to help you with more information about the purchase.
We recommend that you before proceeding to the complaints page, contact our Customer Service so that they can help you with more information about the transaction.
You can contact our Customer Service during our opening hours, which are between 08:00-16:00.
How to raise a dispute?
If you still do not recognize the transaction and wish to raise a dispute, please feel free to file a complaint.
Choose the option below that best suits your case and fill in the complaint form. Once you have submitted your dispute, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with an ID number. It is important that you save the ID number if you need to contact us regarding your dispute.
Please note that the size of attached files in a dispute can be a maximum of 35MB.
I neither made nor authorized the transaction(s)
If you have detected unauthorized transactions on your card you need to block it immediately to prevent any further transactions from occurring. Remember that you also need to file a police report.
I have made the purchase but something went wrong with my purchase or withdrawal
For example, if you have been debited incorrectly or have not received the product/service that you paid for with your card, you must first try to solve this with the merchant. If you do not get help from the merchant, you are welcome to file a complaint.
After processing the complaint you may be entitled to some compensation.
For those who have paid for a product or service with the card and that have not been delivered due to bankruptcy. Always start by contacting the merchant and claim your compensation for them, as it is the merchant that should primarily compensate for the missing product/service.
If the merchant informs you that they will return you the amount, arm yourself with patience as it takes longer now than usual.
If the merchant offer is a voucher that you do not want, you must notify them that you refuse the offer and that you wish to the amount refunded.
If you have tried to resolve this with the seller but have not received compensation, you can make a dispute.
The complaint must contain:
- Booking confirmation of the type of product/service that you purchased, date, amount and conditions of purchase.
- Copy of the entire correspondence between you and the merchant, stating clearly the date and the sender.
- Cause of cancellation. Who canceled - you or the merchant?
- Attach a copy of the cancellation conformation from the merchant stating the date of promised refund.
My card has been stolen or lost
If you wish to dispute a transaction made with a stolen or lost card it is important that you block your card immediately. You also need to file a police report and attach it to your dispute.