Chip card information
Using a chip card is a simple process that comes with the benefit of added security.
For merchants who have chip-enabled terminals, insert your card and approve your purchase by following the on-screen instructions. Otherwise – swipe your card as you normally would.
With ATMs, simply insert your card and follow the on-screen instructions. Always remember to take your card when prompted.
Chip card data is more difficult to counterfeit or copy than traditional cards, providing an additional layer of security when used at chip-enabled terminals and ATMs.
More terminals and ATMs are becoming chip-enabled throughout the U.S. You'll also enjoy greater acceptance when traveling: Chip technology is common in over 130 countries around the world, including Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom.
No extra cost
Enjoy your new card with chip technology at no additional cost.
Using Chip-Enabled ATMs
Insert your card to begin your transaction.
Follow the on-screen instructions. Chip-enabled ATMs will hold your card during the transaction.
Take your card when prompted.
Using Chip-Enabled Terminals
Insert and leave your card in the terminal.
Approve the transaction as you normally do.
Remove your card once the transaction is complete.