Community Credit Union debit cards give you access to your money 24/7. A VISA® Debit card from OCCU gives you access to cash at thousands of locations around the corner and around the world. Use your card at any of our ATM locations. Find over 30,000 ATMs nationwide with the CULIANCE Network ATM Locator.
Mobile Alerts – now available!
Enjoy more protection and peace of mind, with OCCU Mobile Alerts powered by VISA®. OCCU Alerts for Debit powered by VISA® notify you of VISA® Debit card activity, so you can help reduce fraud and monitor your spending anytime, anywhere.
On qualified accounts, you will receive a FREE VISA® Debit card. Use it anywhere you see the VISA® logo, with the money deducted right from your checking or savings account. You can also use your VISA® Debit at your favorite stores, where you can make purchases and get cash back all at once. You can even have automatic overdraft protection linked directly to your account, on approved credit. It’s cash, check and ATM card, all in one.
When you open your checking account, you will be given a FREE VISA® Debit Card instantly, choose one from our gallery of images!
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Debit Card Replacement fee: $10.00 per VISA® Debit Card. For additional information, see our Fee Schedule.
To activate or to report that your VISA® Debit Card has been lost or stolen, please call (800) 905-5015. Learn more about our powerful Fraud Detection Network.
|LOST OR STOLEN VISA® DEBIT CARD: (800) 905-5015|
In order to protect your account from the increasing amount of fraud occurring in certain foreign countries, we have made some changes to the places you can use your VISA® Debit Card.
Before You Travel
Please look over the following information regarding changes we have made to our VISA® products to protect your account from the increasing amount of fraud taking place in foreign countries.
For increased protection, your VISA® DEBIT CARD has been blocked from use in the following countries:
- Czech Republic
- Hong Kong
Helpful Tip for Traveling with Your Cards
- Make sure you have emergency phone numbers for your financial institution. If traveling outside the U.S., toll-free 800 phone numbers will not work. Make sure you have a contact phone number for your financial institution that is accessible from outside the U.S.
- Immediately notify your financial institution if your card is lost or stolen.
- Monitor transactions on your account using Online Banking.
- Always take at least one back-up source of funds with you, and be sure you have contact phone numbers for your credit card provider.
- In Europe, many ATMs do not offer the option of withdrawing or transferring funds from a savings account. Make sure your checking account has sufficient funds to meet your cash needs.
- Look at the logos on the back of your card. These logos indicate the networks where your card will work. If your card is refused, it may be because the machine is not on a compatible network.