How to Receive

  • 1. Place your order!

    To order a Priority card for a private person, please fill in the application form on this web-page or contact us personally at our office in Gustava Zemgala gatve 76, 12th floor, Riga, or by phone +371 67222 555. In accordance with Latvian law and Financial and Capital Market Commission regulations, it is required to indicate personal data in any payment card opening application. In the electronic form provided on our web-page it can be done safely.

    To order a corporate Priority card please visit our office in Gustava Zemgala gatve 76, floor 12, Riga and submit necessary documents of your enterprise.

  • 2. Choose delivery!

    It is possible to receive the card by post or at our company office. When placing your order please choose a delivery method. If you choose the delivery by express-post, our operator will contact you to specify the delivery costs after we receive and process your application.

  • 3. Pay for card issue!

    After your application and documents are submitted and considered, you will be asked to pay a card issue fee according to acting Rates. You can make this payment via bank transfer or in cash at any bank affiliate. You also can transfer additional funds to your card at once – the fee for card issue and delivery will be withdrawn automatically, and you will be able to use the remaining balance. The card may be replenished upwards to 1 800 EUR per day or its equivalent in another currency.

    Together with the card, you will receive a PIN-envelope containing information necessary for payment confirmation and ATM cash withdrawal and using Transact Online system.

  • 4. Enjoy!

    Use your card for non-cash payments and for making cash withdrawal at any MasterCard ATM in any country in local currency. You can pay with your Priority Card everywhere where MasterCards are accepted – more than 32 billion enterprises and 1.5 billion ATMs throughout the world. You can withdraw 1400 EUR per day from or its equivalent in another currency. For more information on rates and cash withdrawal fees please visit the Rates section.