The parts of a debit card

Drag the magnifying glass over the front and back of the debit card to learn about each part.


Use the magnifying glass to learn about debit cards.
As you use the red dot to drag the magnifying glass over the debit card, the elements are explained here.
Debit Card Number: This 16-digit number is unique to your card. It is different from your checking account number. Expiration Date: Your card can only be used until this date. A new card will be automatically sent to your address prior to the expiration date. Visa® or Mastercard® Logo: This symbol means that you can use this card wherever Visa® or Mastercard® debit cards are accepted, for example, department stores, restaurants, and online. Customer Service Number: Call this toll-free number when you questions about your account. Signature Bar: For your protection against fraud, be sure to sign here as soon as receive your card. Card Verification Value (CVV): This number is unique to your card. When you use your card to make purchases over the phone or Internet, some merchants may require you to supply this number to confirm that you have the card with you. Network Logos: The logos that appear on your card indicate where it can be used. You can:
  • Access any ATM that carries the same logos as your card.
  • Make PIN-based purchases at merchants that display the same Point-of -Sale network.
  • Make signature-based purchases at merchants that accept Visa or MasterCard debit cards.
  • Issue Date: This is the date your debit card was issued.
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