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Debit card for legal entity

Debit card for private person allows you to make everyday financial operations:

make purchases in Estonia and abroad. Use around the world, where you notice the Mastercard® logo

pay for goods and services in the store or online

withdraw cash from ATM

make contactless payments

HOW TO OBTAIN A CARD? keyboard_arrow_down

Debit Mastercard is issued to private persons and legal entities for a period of 2 years with a right of automatic renewal. To obtain the card you should contact the bank branch. Having the current bank account with the TBB pank is the precondition for receiving the card. You can also apply for issuing a Debit Mastercard related to your current account to third parties, such as your family members, and to conclude an agreement on the use of the card. The card is issued together with the PIN-code.

TRANSACTIONS IN THE E-COMMERCE ENVIRONMENT keyboard_arrow_down

The Bank offers a SecureCode service as an additional protection layer for performing secure payment transactions over the Internet. Any Debit Mastercard cardholder may use the service of SecureCode, by pre-registering its card through Internet banking.

HOW TO CHANGE CARD LIMITS AND RESTRICTIONS? keyboard_arrow_down

To change the limit on the debit card you should contact the bank branch or contact us by e-mail:

The change in limits is effected within one working day upon receipt of a signed statement from the account holder.

Customer support:

Phone: +372 668 8066, +372 712 0503
Fax: +372 668 8065
E-mail:
Skype: helpdesk.tbb

Helpdesk for bank cards:

Phone: +372 668 8088
Fax: +372 668 8089
E-mail:

Contact us

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