Contactless USB Business Debit Card: Now you can tap to pay.
Every business checking account features a free contactless USB Business Debit Card – an incredibly handy way to pay and manage your spending. Open a checking account and instantly get your new card, right in the branch.
Real-Time Fraud Alerts
- Alerts come in the form of a Text, an Email, or a Phone Call
- Follow the instructions and reply immediately to verify your debit card activity
- To ensure timely fraud alerts, keep your contact information updated by calling us at 866.872.1866 with any changes, and always notify us when traveling.
To reset your PIN, call: 1-866-613-2149.
Contactless USB Business Debit Card FAQs
What are contactless payments?
Contactless payments use a technology that allows you to tap or wave your contactless USB Business Debit Card over the store checkout terminal without needing to swipe or insert the card. It’s faster, easier and safer than cash and other payment methods.
Does USB instant issue contactless debit cards?
Yes, open a new checking account and instantly receive a new debit card right in the branch.
Why should I use contactless payments?
In addition to being fast and secure, you don’t have to touch the store’s checkout terminal and it’s a great alternative to handling cash. And unlike cash, contactless payments provide an electronic record of your purchases and give you all the same benefits of Visa debit card, so you can add a tip and even get cash back (where available).
Where can I use my contactless USB Business Debit Card?
You can use your card anywhere Visa is accepted and you see the Contactless Symbol at checkout. If it doesn’t work you can still insert or swipe the card to pay.
*Visa’s Zero Liability Policy covers U.S.-issued cards and does not apply to certain commercial card transactions or any transactions not processed by Visa. You must notify Union Savings Bank immediately of any unauthorized use. If determined that the unauthorized transactions occurred because of your gross negligence or fraud, the special limitations on liability may not apply.