Visa® Debit Card FAQ's
Yes. Since the money for your purchases comes directly from your checking account, there are no interest charges.
Your debit card can get you out of checkout lines fast because you won’t have to wait for check approvals. And every purchase will be listed on your monthly checking account statement, which can simplify your record keeping.
Your debit card can be used to make purchases at more than 25 million places that accept Visa
– including restaurants, department stores, doctors’ offices, airlines and hotels, grocery stores, gas stations, and more.
Tell the merchant you want to make a credit purchase and sign the receipt.
No. You may need to present identification to the merchant, however, no other personal banking information, such as your PIN or account balance, can be accessed by merchants.
Yes, this is a convenient way to withdraw cash from your checking account when shopping, with no need to make a special trip to the ATM. Simply inquire if you can get cash back before the cashier calculates your purchase total. Many merchants will be happy to honor your request where the service is available.
A PIN is the numeric code you enter to enable a transaction at an ATM or point-of-sale terminal. Safeguard your PIN by memorizing it and not disclosing it to anyone. Do not write your PIN number on a piece of paper in your wallet where you carry your debit card
You may pay your bills using your debit card at the biller’s website. Just log onto a biller’s website, enter your debit card number, enter the amount of the bill and that’s it! You do not enter your PIN. This is referred to as a PINless payment. Utility, cable, and insurance payments are a few examples of how Pinless payments help you manage your finances the quick and easy way.