First Missouri Credit Union EMV Chip Cards

Attention Visa Debit Cardholders

As part of our ongoing effort to keep your transactions secure, First Missouri Credit Union provides our members the security of an EMV (Europay, MasterCard, Visa) chip Visa debit card and CardValet card control.

EMV chip card transactions are protected by a unique one time code for each transaction to be approved providing greater security and peace of mind for you our member.

Timing

In order to quickly provide you with an EMV chip card, we are accelerating our monthly plastic reissue process. All FMCU Visa debit cards without an EMV chip, regardless of expiration date, are expected to be replaced by June 2018.

When you receive your new card please:

  • Call 1-800-757-9848 to
    • activate your card
    • select a 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN)
    • complete the verification process

Be sure to convert or transfer any automatic debits attached to your existing debit card number over to your new EMV chip FMCU Visa debit card number.

Use

Visa® Debit Card
A First Missouri Credit Union VISA debit card looks like a credit card, acts like a check and spends like cash. Because it carries the Visa® logo, you can use it to make purchases from your First Missouri Credit Union checking account at merchant locations around the world. Plus, your debit card is an interest-free alternative to using a credit card.

Transaction Types

Signature Based

Swipe your debit card at the register to have your purchases deducted right from your First Missouri Credit Union checking account!!

PIN-Based

Swipe your debit card and enter your PIN at the register to have your purchases deducted right from your First Missouri Credit Union checking account!

 

Insert your debit card and enter your PIN at 30,000 ATMs, for checking or savings account deposits, withdrawals and balance inquires.

NEWS

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