12 Top Tips for Keeping Fuel Cards Safe

Written by Ellie

padlockTop Tip 1. Don’t write the PIN on the back of the cards

Top Tip 2. Don’t file the original PIN mailer letter – keep it in a separate register, locked and safe, and destroy your original PIN mailer

Top Tip 3. Don’t store your card and PIN together

Top Tip 4. Don’t choose a PIN that ends in the registration number of a vehicle

Top Tip 5. Don’t leave your card in your vehicle, keep it on your person at all times

Top Tip 6. Keep your card in a safe place under lock when not in use

Top Tip 7. Enter the PIN yourself when filling up, and ensure no one is watching over your shoulder when doing so.

Top Tip 8. After using your card, always make sure you have the correct card back in your possession

Top Tip 9. Report a lost or stolen card immediately by phone or using eService

Top Tip 10. Block your card if a secured area was compromised by a break-in; even if the card remains in your possession

Top Tip 11. Tell drivers how to block a card and make sure they always have the correct phone number

Top Tip 12. Change card and code when a driver stops working for the company

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Posted on 24th July 2015

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