I accidently damage my Debit Card. What should I do?

I have been sitting all day, my card is in my wallet at the back pocket. I sat on it to tightly and got all wet beacuse of the sweat. I tried to withdraw my money but the atm keeps denying it. What should I do to fix my card. I really need the money. It's been a long day for me and I want to treat myself.

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    Contact your Bank for a request of replacement. Explain to them what happened to your card. You'll be paying fees for the replacement. You can contact them through landline. You can also contact them via online or SMS. You can also visit your bank for faster transactions. Some banks offer free replacement cards.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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