Banco Macrose consolidates itself as a leading entity in the field of technological innovation. From February, it will be the first bank to issue all its credit and debit cards with Contactless technology for its clients, both the general portfolio and the Selecta macro.
The change will be made in all registrations, exchanges, reps and renewals of Visa and Mastercard debit and credit cards. American Express will be added in a short time.
In Argentina and abroad, there are more and more shops that make it easy, fast and safe to buy and Banco Macroespionero to provide the best available technology to customers.
With the Contactless cards, it is not necessary for the merchant to enter the plastic in the terminal or to read a magnetic stripe because the payment is made near the postcard.
Additionally, this system does not require a voucher signature or a DNI for purchase up to $ 1,000. Stores that do not yet have contactless technology should change their posments but request a special configuration.
Contact technology offered by Banco Macro enables secure transactions as it is added to the current CHIP technology that maintains the highest security standards.
Banco Macro currently has more than 2.4 million credit cards and 3, 3 million debit cards, so all of our customers benefit from this change.
"In BancoMacro, we are convinced that we must cease to be supply subjects, be demand banks, that is, you need to give the client the center and be able to understand their vision of what they need or what they expect from creating products and services. "said Milagro Medrano, Managing Director of Banco Macro and Institutional Relations and Customer Service, as one of our priorities to improve customer service both in branches and in the technology offering.
Banco Macro consists of Banco Macro and Banco Tucumán Grupo Macro with 8915 employees, 1463 ATMs, 918 self-service terminals and a 486 service facility structure. Currently, it is a private bank with the largest network of branches across the country. , making it one of the first national banks of private equity.