This winter, let us help make your holiday shopping and travel plans more enjoyable. Whether you need cash for your trip to see family or friends, or you're searching for that last-minute gift, the Tech CU VISA® CheckCard is the smart and easy way to pay. Did you know that you get all these benefits with a Tech CU VISA® CheckCard?
To instantly receive a Tech CU CheckCard, simply visit any of our Financial Centers to request one, or speak with a Tech CU Member Representative at (800) 553-0880 about having one sent to you. You may also order your Tech CU VISA® CheckCard through Online Banking. You'll receive your card in 7 to 10 business days. A Tech CU Checking account is required to secure a VISA® CheckCard. If you do not currently have a Checking account with us, you may open one through Online Banking, or by speaking with a Tech CU Member Representative. You are also welcome to stop by any of our conveniently located Financial Centers. To report a lost or stolen CheckCard, please call (408) 451-9111 during normal business hours. After business hours, please call (888) 241-2510.
*Covers U.S.-issued cards only. Does not apply to ATM transactions, PIN transactions not processed by VISA®, or certain commercial card transactions. Individual provisional credit amounts are provided on a provisional basis and may be withheld, delayed, limited, or rescinded by your issuer based on factors such as gross negligence or fraud, delay in reporting unauthorized use, investigation and verification of claim and account standing and history. You must notify your financial institution immediately of any unauthorized use. Transaction at issue must be posted to your account before provisional credit may be issued. Other restrictions and limitations may apply. See VISA® Zero Liability for more details.
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