Debit Cards

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Report a lost or stolen card, 1-855-219-5399 or 1-800-383-8000

 

 

Overview

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Visa Account Updater

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  • Available with any checking account
  • No annual fees
  • Get funds from both checking and savings at ATMs
  • Accepted worldwide
  • Use it like a credit card
  • Added security with customized PIN
  • Easier than writing a check

Register your debit card for Brella™, and take advantage of its security features for your debit card. Download the app from your smart phone's app store by searching Brella™, or click Enroll to sign up from your computer.

Set up alerts for your debit card transactions:
  • Over a set amount (set amount threshold)
  • Completed over the Internet or phone
  • Outside of the U.S.
  • Use Transaction Control to block or unblock a card without interfering with pending transactions

 Learn More Enroll

 

Real-time fraud monitoring

Report a lost or stolen card, 1-855-219-5399 or 1-800-383-8000.

Use your Visa® Debit card for speedy check out
 

 

Choose your personalized PIN by calling 1-800-717-4923
You must call from the phone associated with the card
Know the last four of your SSN
Know the CSV found on the back of the card
 

 

 

 

Features

  • Use your debit card with the push of a button on your mobile phone.
  • To add your card to your phone's mobile wallet, simply locate the Wallet app on your phone, and follow the instructions for adding your card to the app.
 

Automatic updates of debit card information to participating merchants when the expiration date changes.

 

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Education
Stay Informed.

What is EMV?

An EMV chip is a small microchip embedded in your debit/credit card.

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Dealing with unexplained transactions

We know there are a lot of concerns that arise when you see unexplained transactions on your account, but the good news is you can usually file a dispute. You just need to act fast.

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Debit or Credit Card: What's the Difference?

When it comes to making purchases, not all plastic acts the same.

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