Security of Your Money and Credit Card in Travels
You should pay attention to the safety rules that you notice in your normal life during your travels. You should always be careful not to take more credit cards than you need, but also to avoid possible snatching or theft. You have little idea what you need to do when you have a security problem in your place.
Here are three important rules:
Expose Your Wallet
Take your credit cards when you travel, not just your credit cards. It is best to travel with two credit cards, one of which is a spare. So if a credit card is stolen or lost, you can take action with the other. If you have more cards. You can adjust your credit card limits to meet your needs during your travels.
Keep documents of all expenses you have made on your travels by credit card or cash. These documents will guide you in the event of a possible loss and make it easier to notice the expenses you have not made. Also check your internet banking and credit card expenses daily if possible.
Make Some Copies of Your Cards
Get a photocopy of your credit or debit cards for possible snatching or theft. In such a case, first turn off your credit card by calling your bank. A police certificate is required from you to cover your losses from your credit card insurance or, if applicable, your travel insurance.