To get started, you'll have to tap on the “More” button in the bottom right corner.
Once you’ve tapped on the “More” function, you will see the Menu with the “Cards” option.
Once you’re in the Cards menu, you will need to select for which card from the list displayed you want to view the PIN by tapping on the new “View PIN” function.
Once you’ve tapped the "View PIN” new option, you’ll be requested to authorise this by your fingerprint for security purposes.
Confirmation that the user’s fingerprint can be used to authorise this type of transaction.
You’ll need to make sure no one is seeing your screen, as the information that will be displayed is sensitive and it could be misused by others. You can now decide if you want to proceed viewing the PIN for your card selected or not.
Once you’ve agreed to view the PIN for the card you’ve previously selected, this will be displayed to you for 20 seconds. If you have any issues, you can always click on the “PIN not working?” link below to sort this out.
After 20 seconds, your PIN will be obscured for security purposes.