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What PIN should I assign to my card?

The PIN is a security element of your card that proves it is actually you who is making a transaction. The PIN is personal and non-transferable, which is why we recommend you protect and manage it securely. Here are our recommendations:

  • Memorise the PIN and do not reveal it to anybody. 
  • Never jot it down and keep it in your wallet or next to the card to prevent it from falling into the hands of other people in case of loss or theft. 
  • Make sure that the PIN you have chosen does not coincide with any number directly related to you, like your car registration number, date of birth, ID card number, etc. 
  • Make sure other people do not see it when you enter it to make a purchase or use an ATM. 
  • Change the PIN from time to time. You can do so at any Unicaja Banco branch or ATM.

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