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A chip card - also know as an EMV card - adds an extra layer of security when you pay. Chip cards can be used anywhere your other cards are used, but the chip functionality only works at a business that has an activated chip-enabled terminal.
This chip generates a unique, one-time code each time you dip your card at a chip-enabled terminal. Your purchase can only be approved with the chip-generated code.
The chip in your card is virtually impossible to duplicate. That means attempts by a fraudster to create and use counterfeit cards will be much harder.

3 Simple Steps On How To Use Your Chip Card


EMV- Insert  Chip Side Up

Insert the chip end of your EMV chip card into the chip-enabled terminal with the chip facing up.


EMV- Follow The Prompts

Keep your card in the terminal throughout the transaction and follow the prompts on the screen.



EMV- Remove Card

Remove your card from the terminal when prompted.