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Called by BMO Mastercard fraud detection, cash advances in Montreal without using a PIN. How was that done? Yes, I was in Montreal, and used card for metro fare and one dinner
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Pretty much same reason some places won’t except debit cards unless a pin is provided. A photocopy receipt, etc, may show the whole card number, but won’t show the pin on the back.
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