Protecting Your Card and Your Money
Remember: Your card is very valuable. It’s the only way to get access to your account through an ATM.
Update your contact information with us. We can’t ask you about a suspicious charge unless we have your current phone number.
Never write your Personal Identification Number (PIN) on or near your card. Memorize it!
Never give your PIN to anyone and never tell it to anyone over the phone – no matter who the caller claims to be.
Never give your card to anyone.
Establish daily alerts in your online or mobile banking account for when your checking account is accessed.
Keep your card away from heat, sunlight, or anything magnetized, and avoid scratches and dirt.
Be aware of your surroundings. Have your Debit Card or ATM Card and any paperwork ready before you get to the machine. Don’t let anyone see you enter your PIN.
Be sure to take your receipt.
If you think you’re Debit Card or ATM Card is lost or stolen, contact us. at any time.
If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.