A MasterCard has a total of 16 digits. MasterCard, as well as most major credit card systems, use the ANSI Standard X4.13-1983 system, in which each digit identifies a particular attribute of the card. .Know More
The first digit on any credit card designates the particular system by which it was issued. For example, the MasterCard system is identified by the number 5, American Express and Diners Club credit card numbers start with the number 3, while Visa and Discover Card systems are identified by the numbers 4 and 6, respectively.
Each credit card number has a structure that varies by system. In the MasterCard system, digits two through six are used to identify the bank number, digits seven through 15 designate the account number and digit 16 represents a check digit.Learn more about Credit & Lending
Enrolling in automatic payments for a MasterCard involves contacting the person's service provider (bank) to set up ongoing automatic payments for the MasterCard. The service provider may have additional questions that he or she will ask, and then the account will be setup for automatic payments.Full Answer >
Walmart and Walgreens sell prepaid MasterCards. Some of these prepaid cards offer a set amount, while others are reloadable. The reloadable cards often work as a credit or debit card, but some of the gift cards do not allow cash back to the user.Full Answer >
You can report a lost or stolen SSI MasterCards to the Direct Express card Customer Service Department. You should also notify the Social Security Administration.Full Answer >
PC Points are only available with the MasterCard issued by President's Choice Financial of Canada. They are available with the regular, World and prepaid Mastercards.Full Answer >