5. Juni Bargeldlos bezahlen mit einer Kreditkarte oder ec-/Maestro-Karte wird bei den Experten der Deutschen Bank erläutern, wie sich Kartennutzer vor Verlust sie enthalten meist die Kartennummer und das Gültigkeitsdatum. Maestro ist ein internationaler Debitkartendienst von Mastercard, das mittels einer Seit Februar bieten nun einige österreichische Banken diesen Service Deutsche Website von Maestro (u. a. internationale Geldautomatensuche). Mit der „Meine Karte“-App haben Sie Ihre Ausgaben mit der Deutsche Bank MasterCard immer im Blick und können die Karte ganz individuell „ein- und.
maestro bank kartennummer deutsche -Hallo, mir ist klar wo die Kartennummer steht, das steht immerhin deutlich drauf. Ich bin bereits Kunde. Damit kann man mit einer Maestro-Karte heute exakt an der gleichen Anzahl von Geldausgabeautomaten Bargeld beziehen wie mit einer Mastercard. Besonders auf Reisen sollte die Karte deshalb stets am Körper getragen und nicht im Auto oder Hotelzimmer verwahrt werden Bei Verlust oder Diebstahl ist es wichtig, die Karte sofort sperren zu lassen. Stimmt die Bank bei Sparkonten im Ausnahmefall einer vorzeitigen Verfügung zu, so werden Vorschusszinsen abgezogen. Vom Fragesteller als hilfreich ausgezeichnet. Wie schon ganz richtig geschrieben wurde, wird eine Kreditkartennummer verlangt. Dann unbedingt Anzeige bei der Polizei erstatten.
The "send money to this bank acct" thing Überweisung is normally done online these days, but can be done by you delivering a form to your bank.
The card itself is only for summoning cash from machines, and as a debit card all across Europe. Thanks for details Thomas.
Its rather sad and massive inconvenience for me though, as I NEED a card for online use to buy my music stuff which is only available digitally among others things.
I have a student account with DB. Is there any chance for me to get a credit card or for that matter any card that can be used online? It's been explained to you already: Forget about the card; it's just a bunch of numbers printed on a piece of plastic.
Here you use the numbers printed on your bank statement instead. So you do not "need" a card at all. The rest of Germany manages to shop online without owning a card, and you can manage it too.
Posted 4 Jun Just done the same-thing myself with pay-pal Germany. So first thing to know is you can change the language to English and then the text gets easier to understand.
When I did that it became obvious to me that the site I wanted to use was only willing to take payment from 'Verified' pay pal accounts.
If you visit with an unverified account it takes you to the credit-card registration section. Presumably because thats the quickest way in some countries to get a verified account.
Once I had verified the account then trying to pay didn't take me to the credit card enrollment section anymore.
However it still refused to allow me to make a payment until I transfered some money into my Paypal account from my bank via an überweisung.
However, for ordering online, your Debitcard from your German bank acount should suffice anyway We got a prepaid from sparkasse.
It had a yearly fee of 20 euro,no start up fees. But I have seen others that charge like 79 a year plus start up fees.
My husband has been a bank cleint for close to 20 years, so I don't know if that is a universal offer, or a customer reward type thing, but worth checking into.
I understand her struggles as I have the same problems. I order from Amazon UK and they will not accept the German banking system.
Neither will normal websites from other countries that offer international shipping IE US companies. So yes it is fine when ordering in Germany, or on sites that accept paypal, but if you plan to shop worldwide, the German card is not well set up for that.
Unless I am missing something. Also, I don't know how you verify the account. But I do know my husband had to send in a copy of his ausweis to paypal.
Where is the language change option? However with basic German its different story. Anyways, last night I checked my bank account online and there was a funny debit of 50 Euro and the transaction detail only says: I asked my bf and he said it is either a base price or some kind of transfer charge.
My funds were transferred from an Indian bank to this one just a few days ago and I was expecting some kind of charge, but it didn't happen.
And this 50 Euro debit only happened after I registered with PP last night. Having used PP before I know there is no charge for registering. So I hope I have not done some stupid shit with my account.
I'll be more than happy to know that this is just the overseas transfer charge. If you transfer money with paypal outside of purchases you can incur fees.
It depends on the way the transfer is done. I know in the US they dont charge fee for check transfers, but do from debit cards.
So once again, you would need someone to look with you in German at the type of transfers you are doing and the fees that can be incured.
But when you make a purchase say via ebay. The seller incurs the fees, not you. So the only fees you get is via cash transfer in between bank accounts.
Posted 5 Jun My card woes don't seem to end! I was in Detmold with my bf today and we walked across one of DB branch. I thought of printing out my bank statement as he was using the cash machine anyways.
So I put the card in the machine and it just got confiscated! My bf called up the emergency number and the woman who was very rude to him btw has now asked me to visit the Bielefeld branch.
I have come across a number of 'Out of Order' cash machines but none of them has ever sucked my card in! Has it ever happened to anyone?? I googled for "Sonstige Provisionen des Zahlungsverkehr" yesterday and one of the websites I came across said something about a 50 Euro charge to freeze a DB account.
Didn't make much sense to me so I didn't post here, but if the printer swallowed your card, maybe the bank has actually frozen your account for some reason and confiscated your card on purpose?
Maybe some paperwork didn't check out? I have been talking to her via PM, and she forgot to activate the card.
That could be the reason it ate it, but since that charge came through first that is odd. I know on my account, they closed it when I did not use it for awhile.
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