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Do I get a pin number to my new visa card

Date: December 27, 2006, 6:25 am
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Our site is NOT a credit card issuer, so we do not give pin codes to credit cards. It is ONLY your bank that can give it to you. If you received a credit card and have no PIN, you should immediately call the bank and ask what the matter is, as you can't use your credit card without a PIN or it can't be activated without it. If you lost and forgot your PIN, you should contact the bank as soon as possible,an they will change it or give you another credit card ( you can possibly be asked to pay a fine).
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