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Bank First Credit Cards

Bank First is owned entirely by its customers, and focuses on providing them with a better banking experience.

Since 1972, Bank First has helped over 200,000 Australians with their banking needs; from managing their money and saving for a rainy day, right through to purchasing their first home and planning for retirement.

From their products through to their dedicated customer service, Bank First prides itself on putting customers first.

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The numbers on your credit card actually follow a universal standard which is used to identify specific functions. Each credit card has a different amount of numbers: Visa and Mastercard have 16, American Express has 15 and Diner’s Club has 14. The first number on a credit card always identifies what type of credit card it is. Visa cards start with a 4, whereas Mastercard starts with a 5 and American Express with a 3. The remainder of the digits represent the account number, including the last number which is used to verify that your credit card is actually valid. Credit cards also have additional verification numbers, which are mainly used when the card isn’t present for phone and online purchases. These are the three-digit numbers on the back of Visa and MasterCard or the four-digit numbers on the front of an American Express card.

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