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What's the difference between an ATM card and a debit card?
A debit card can be tied to your Checking account. An ATM card can be tied only to Savings. Debit cards can be used at merchants for point of sale purchases. An ATM card can be used only at an ATM.
Take advantage of these FREE transactions at any SECU ATM:
- Check account balances.
- Deposit funds to your Savings, Checking, Money Manager Money Market or Preferred Line of Credit accounts.
- Withdraw a maximum of $1,000 a day from any of your SECU accounts.
- Transfer funds to and from your Savings, Checking or Money Manager accounts.
- Advance funds from your Preferred Line of Credit to your Savings, Checking or Money Manager accounts.
- Make consumer loan payments by transferring funds from your Savings, Checking or Money Manager accounts or by depositing loan payments.
In addition to SECU ATMs, you may also use any Allpoint™, CO-OP, PLUS®, or STAR® machine to withdraw cash, transfer funds or check SECU Checking and Savings account balances.
And, your Allpoint and CO-OP ATM transactions are free.
Important note: If you travel outside the United States, please remember to contact SECU prior to your departure so we can update your card information. You can submit your travel notification form via Online Banking. Once you've logged in click My Profile, then Travel Notification.
We also recommend that you secure your Personal Identification Number (PIN) for your debit and/or credit card. Many merchants outside of the United States require a PIN to complete signature and POS (Point of Service) transactions. If your card is lost or stolen outside of the U.S. please call 727-570-4881 to report the incident. If you have any other concerns, please contact us.