I did legitimate transaction with one of my virgin money cards following that a text saying card compromised and will be cancelled I did another transaction with curve on my other virgin money card and the same happened.
I had issues with my KBC bank Ireland card but the person on the phone with KBC actually put security level on my KBC card to Provent it happening and told me as it’s an online transaction I’m supposed to use the banks two factor authorisation by text message or on an app all provided by KBC bank Ireland but as it’s curve that doesn’t happened so the transaction can get flagged as fraud now due to the rules and this needs to be addressed.
My permanent tsb debit cards only allow one transaction with curve then they temporarily block curve transactions for a period of time then I can use it again but not straight away
Curve transaction should not be classed as online transactions
I’ve raised this with support as I ended up phoning up and saying what happens.
As the rules are now law in most European countries right away this will cause major problems using curve in future unless curve change transactions from online to another classification of point of sale transaction so banks think they ain’t fraud
To personally see same kind of issues at multiple banks only since September when new banking laws we’re supposed to be implemented is worrying
Curve transactions are all online and when you use bank card directly they aren’t unless you go online to make a transaction this is why curve transactions get refused flagged as fraud
To resolve this curve transactions should never be classed as online computer based internet transactions