No, the base currency is determined when the card is created.
The Centtrip multi-currency Mastercard is a prepaid, reloadable card - not a credit, charge nor debit card.
Transactions can be viewed in 'View Transactions' on the mobile app, or in 'Transactions' on a desktop.
You will not earn any interest on either your Centtrip account or card balances.
You can use your Centtrip multi-currency Mastercard to make purchases online, over the phone and in store in more than 210 countries and territories.
To help ensure your account remains secure, Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is required when signing into your desktop account or adding a new payment recipient. We recommend using the app to authenticate, and this answer provides step-by-step instructions on how to set this up.
If you still have the old device linked to your Centtrip account, follow these steps to transfer multi-factor authentication to a new device.
Yes, it's worth checking that you've activated your card, it's not locked, has sufficient balance, the payment you're making doesn't exceed a limit, and that the person you're paying accepts prepaid cards. If all else fails, contact us and we'll take a closer look.
Now that you have your new Centtrip card, sign it on the reverse and follow these instructions to activate it.