If you want to transfer more money from your Public Bank account using an ATM, you need to change your transaction limit first. This is a security feature to protect your account from unauthorized transactions. In this article, I will show you how to change your Public Bank transaction limit at an ATM in 5 easy steps.
Step 1: Go to any Public Bank ATM
You can use any Public Bank ATM that is nearest to you. Make sure you have your ATM card and PIN ready.
Step 2: Insert your card and enter your PIN
Insert your card into the ATM slot and enter your PIN when prompted. Choose your preferred language (English or Bahasa Melayu).
Step 3: Select “Other Transactions”
From the main menu, select the “Other Transactions” option. Then, select the “Change Transaction Limit” option.
Step 4: Choose your new transaction limit
You will see the current transaction limit for your account on the screen. You can choose to increase or decrease it by selecting the appropriate option. The maximum transaction limit for Public Bank is RM50,000 per day, but you may need to use PB SecureSign or SecurePAC to authorize such high limits. The single transaction limit may vary for different types of transactions and merchants.
Step 5: Confirm your new transaction limit
After you choose your new transaction limit, you will need to confirm it by entering your PIN again. You will see a confirmation message on the screen and receive a receipt for your reference.
Congratulations! You have successfully changed your Public Bank transaction limit at the ATM. You can now transfer more money from your account using the ATM.
Changing your Public Bank transaction limit at the ATM is easy and convenient. You just need to follow these 5 simple steps, and you can enjoy more flexibility in managing your money. However, always be careful when using an ATM and protect your card and PIN from theft or fraud.
I hope this article has helped you learn how to change your Public Bank transaction limit at the ATM. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below. Thank you for reading!