One of the quickest ways is to contact your credit card's customer care. A lot of banks have this facility on their app or website.
You would want to practice a credit card account freeze in case you lost your card or you are a victim of identity theft. After a freeze, your account cannot be used for new purchases, cash advances, or balance transfers. However, some activity will continue including previous recurring bill payments, credit card related fee, or similar recurring transactions.
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