Honor Bank MasterCard® Debit Cards


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Give us a call at 877-325-8031 to sign up for an Honor Bank Debit Card.


For more information on the features and benefits of our Personal Debit Cards, click here. For more information on our CardCash Business Debit Cards, click hereWant a debit card but don't have an account? Explore our personal checking options or business checking options.


Chip Cards

U.S. banks are adding security chips to cards. These cards are also known as EMV cards, which stands for “Europay, MasterCard, and Visa.” The chip adds another layer of security to cards when used at a chip card reader. During the chip transaction, the chip produces a single-use code to validate the transaction, thus further protecting cards from fraudulent use.


Honor Bank is scheduled to start issuing chip cards during first quarter of 2016. We will issue chip cards as and when current cards expire.


When you come across a chip-specific merchant terminal, simply insert the card into the slot in the terminal and follow the prompts on the screen. If the merchant terminal does not accept chip cards, you or the merchant may still swipe the card in exactly the same way as you do today. For more infomation on Chip Cards, please visit our FAQ page.


Lost or Stolen Card?

To report a lost or stolen MasterCard® Debit Card or ATM Card during regular banking hours, please contact us immediately at 877-325-8031. After regular banking hours 800-472-3272. On the next business day, call us at 877-325-8031, so we have a record that you reported your card lost or stolen.


Change Your PIN or Activate Your Card

Have your card available and call our automated system at 800-992-3808.


Traveling Abroad?

Please call us at 877-325-8031 before you go to set up your debit cards for use abroad.

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