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I lost my Debit Card.

Losing stuffs is not a new thing. I placed my wallet once somewhere I cannot remember where I placed it and then after lots of searching, someone stole it. It has my atm, ids and cash. I do not care about the cash because that only a small amount and can get that back soon. But my cards, it is hard to replace it because the bank/company is requiring you to submit some papers.

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    Singapore has one of the top securest banks in the world. If your card got lost, contact them or call the banks immediately to hold your account. They can even trace where it was last used. With the small country of singapore, it is not that hard to find something that is lost. You can ask for the assitacne of others

    2020.03.24 15:44

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