Imagine getting through life without ever having to dig for change or write a check. It doesn't have to be a dream. Use your free EVB Visa® debit card for all of your purchases — whether you are home or abroad. And this very same card is used to make ATM withdrawals and qualify for Kasasa® checking rewards.
- Free with any new EVB checking account
- Use money from your checking account without having to write a check
- Welcome at places that won't accept checks
- Access to cash throughout the U.S. and around the world
- Make withdrawals, transfers, inquiries, and deposits (where allowed) at ATM terminals
- Save on the cost of ordering checks
- Avoid carrying large amounts of money
- Authorization process limits your risk for lost or stolen cards
- Better way to track your purchases
- Each transaction appears on your monthly statement
Explore our Fraud Protection page for tips to protect yourself.
Opt In for Overdraft Protection
Did you know you have an option to opt-in for overdraft protection for your debit card and ATM card transactions so that your debit card transactions are covered?
Our discretionary ATM/debit card overdraft protection service is designed with your convenience in mind. After all, its key advantage is providing a safety net in the rare case that you find yourself in an overdrawn position and in need of emergency funds to complete a transaction. By opting in and allowing us to authorize transactions despite the overdrawn status of the account — and agreeing to incur any fees that may arise — you gain the peace of mind that you can conduct your personal business and transactions without disruption.
Are you ready to opt-in? Learn more today!
Chip cards are credit and debit cards embedded with a microprocessor on the front and the traditional magnetic stripe on the back. They are known as 'chip', 'smart' or 'EMV' (Europay, MasterCard(R) and Visa (R) cards).
Chip cards provide strong transaction security when used at a chip-enabled terminal. This added layer of security can help minimize cardholder impact when a data breach occurs.
EVB will begin converting credit cards in late 2016. Debit cards will begin converting throughout 2017.
Learn more about chips cards with our Frequently Asked Questions reference guide or our FAQ Sheet.