Yes, MasterCard® is accepted around the world at retail outlets and A.T.M machines, where you see the MasterCard (or Maestro®/Cirrus®) sign. Currently, you can use your card in more than 32 million locations worldwide.
If you experience problems with your card, you should contact your issuing bank, whose number will be printed on the back of you card. You can also call our free-phone global.
If your card is lost or stolen, you should contact your issuing financial institution immediately. As a precaution, we suggest that you keep a note of this number separate from your cards/wallet for help when card is missing
An Automated Teller Machine (ATM) allows customers to perform banking transactions anywhere and at anytime. By using a debit or ATM card at an ATM, individuals can withdraw cash from checking or savings accounts make a deposit or transfer money from one account to another or perform other functions. You can also get cash advances using a credit card at an ATM. Individuals should be aware that many banks charge transaction fees for using another bank’s ATM.
Call Emergency Services from anywhere in the world
The best approach is to talk to the financial institution that issued your card. Contact information can usually be found on the back side of your MasterCard card or on a billing statement.
All account-specifics information is managed by the card issuer. Contact the customer service department directly. Information can usually be found on the back side of your MasterCard card or on a billing statement.