Access your account funds with a tap of your SFCU Debit Mastercard to make your purchases fast and easy or access funds at an ATM near you! Grab yours at a local branch or chat with a rep by phone or online.
An SFCU Debit Mastercard features contactless pay. When paying at participating retailers, your card never has to leave your hand. Simply Tap & Go to pay.
Contact Us when Traveling
Log in online to access 'Message Center' under 'Contact Us' menu. Select 'Compose' & subject 'Credit/Debit Card' to fill-in trip details. Just another way we are keeping you safe. When accessing 'Contact Us' via mobile see the 'more' option to access menus.
Prevent overdrafts by linking your savings account to your checking account to cover any potential over withdrawals when using your Debit Mastercard. Or ask about other overdraft options that may be available for you.
Use your debit card without actually needing to carry it! Link your debit card to your mobile wallet of choice to make purchases with your device.
Card Design Options
Choose a debit card that fits your unique style with several card options for you to choose from.
24/7 Fraud Monitoring
We'll be watching your back 24/7 with round-the-clock fraud monitoring. You'll be notified of any suspicious card usage, day or night.
Change It Up
Get started paying yourself with each of your SFCU Debit Mastercard transactions. Enroll today and Change It Up whenever you use your debit card for everyday transactions. Once enrolled, we will round transactions to the nearest dollar and deposit those change to the account of your choice.
There's no need to wait for the snail mail to arrive to use your new card. With a Debit Mastercard from SFCU, you can get your new debit card right away in the branch. Simply come in, open your account, and walk out with your new debit card, ready to use right away.
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