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How do I make international transactions with my Found card?

How do I make international transactions with my Found card?

For your protection, Found blocks transactions to non-US merchants by default. To enable international transactions on any of your Found cards (including your physical, virtual, or custom cards), follow the steps below:

  1. Log into your Found account.

  2. Tap the Debit Card icon in the bottom row of icons, or click on the image of your debit card if logging in on the website. 

  3. If you’re adjusting your primary virtual card, tap the gear icon in the corner of the card. Otherwise, tap the virtual or physical card you’d like to adjust.

  4. Tap the toggle button next to International transactions.

  5. Enter your Found password or biometric scan. 

Tap the toggle button and enter your password again to disable international transactions. For security purposes, you must use your physical debit card for at least one in-person domestic transaction before any foreign transactions can be processed.

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