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.
The Centtrip multi-currency Mastercard is neither a credit, charge nor debit card. More here.
No, the base currency is determined by the BIN range.
Now that you have your shiny new Centtrip card, sign it on the reverse and follow these instructions to activate it.
This status means you have not activated your Centtrip multi-currency card. Find out more here.
Your Cardholder ID is a unique 12-digit number that begins with 20000. It shows underneath your name on the front of the card.
Once ordered, your card should be with you within five to seven working days.
It may be that the details we hold on file for you are either different or need updating.
Yes – the new cards work in exactly the same way as existing ones. The only difference is the base currency.