| Electronic Banking | Debit MasterCard
Use your Debit MasterCard at ATMs and for purchases.
Debit MasterCard® is the perfect compliment to a
Columbus Metro checking account. In
addition to giving you ATM access, your debit card can be used instead
of cash and checks at millions of merchants who accept MasterCard
debit. Use your Debit MasterCard at:
- Gas stations and convenience stores
- Grocery, department and discount stores
- Dry cleaners, doctor's offices and the post office
- Restaurants, movie theaters, concerts and sporting events
- Online merchants
- Much, much more!
Using your Debit MasterCard is more convenient than writing a check
and safer than carrying cash. Purchases are automatically deducted
from your Columbus Metro checking account, and your monthly statement
will detail all your check card transactions, including the date,
the merchant name and the amount. There is no monthly or annual
fee for our debit card and no transaction fees when you sign for
your purchase rather than using your PIN. You can also avoid ATM
fees by using a machine that is part of the Alliance One ATM or
Credit Union 24 CU HERE Select networks click here
to find a surcharge-free ATM near
If you already have a checking account, you can apply for a Debit
MasterCard by filling out the brief
application, signing it, and returning it to the credit union.
You can fax it, mail it or drop it off at
any of our offices. Click here to view
our debit card disclosure.
Safeguard your check card when shopping online
Members who shop online with their Debit MasterCards enjoy added
protection, thanks to a program from MasterCard called SecureCode.
SecureCode is a private code similar to a PIN that
you create for use while shopping online. Once you've done so, the
service works automatically when you shop at participating online
merchants. Simply enter your payment information, and you'll be
prompted to enter your SecureCode. If the proper code is entered,
your transaction will be completed as usual.
For more information about MasterCard Secure Code, click here.
To create your own SecureCode, click here.