Like Lydia, who just launched her new Premium offer, the neo-bank adds a service to create a single-use card number.
"As soon as a payment is made with a virtual card, our systems will directly detect the transaction and destroy its information. Another will be generated directly in the application "says the company.
A way to fight against fraud "which rose 10% in 2016 to 1.5 billion euros, with France and the United Kingdom topping the list," she says.
Two colors are proposed: blue or pink (it's not a joke). A maximum of five payments per day can be made through this method. Of course, these cards are not usable for recurring payments.
This security policy is only offered to Premium members, who must pay £ 6.99 per month.