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2015-06-22What are the points for attention for holders of the “Civil Card”?
2015-06-22What do I do if the balance in the “Civil Card” is not enough to pay for the ride of public transportation when getting off a bus or out of a station?
2015-06-22What do I do if the balance in the “Civil Card” is not enough to pay for the ride of public transportation when getting off a bus or out of a station?
2015-06-22When taking public transportation (e.g. bus, TRA, and the metro) with the “Civil Card”, why does the card not respond?
2015-06-22What do I do if the “Civil Card” has a deduction problem?
2015-06-22Will the “Civil Card” be deactivated without warning?
2015-06-22What do I do with a malfunctioning or damaged “Civil Card”?
2015-06-22How do I check the transaction record of small purchases made with the “Civil Card”?
2015-06-22Where do I top up a “Civil Card” with cash?
2015-06-22How do I report a lost “Civil Card” and how do I give a stop payment order?
2015-06-22What is a “registered” IC iPass? Is there any risk of a leak of personal information contained in the card?
2015-06-22What is the payment mechanism of electronic stored-value cards?
2015-06-22What agencies accept paying charges and fees with the electronic stored-value card?
2015-06-22So far, there are four electronic stored-value cards in Taiwan. Can they all be used at the agencies of the Tainan City Government?
2015-06-22For citizens qualified for the Senior Card and Charity Card at the same time, how many cards can they apply for?
2015-06-22What are the benefits for the Senior Card, Charity Card, and Escort Card?
2015-06-22Do citizens need to pay for the Senior Card, Charity Card, and Escort Card?
2015-06-22How to collect the Senior Card, Charity Card, and Escort Card?
2015-06-22Where do I apply for the Senior Card, Charity Card, and Escort Card?
2015-06-22Can students use the Student Card in other counties or cities?