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Access Plus ATM Card

access plus atm card With our Access Plus ATM card, members can make deposits along with other transactions at any Credit Union ATM Machine

You can also make withdrawals and inquire about your balance at any of the Multilink Machines island-wide and pay for goods and services at retail outlets which display the Multilink sign.

ATM Safety Tips

You need to be proactive in your approach to safety. Listed below are some safety recommendations that should practice while using an ATM.

  • Observe your surroundings before using an ATM. If the machine is obstructed from view or poorly lit, visit another ATM.
  • Shield the screen and keyboard so anyone waiting to use the ATM cannot see you enter your PIN or transaction amount.
  • Put your cash, card and receipt away immediately. Count your money later, and always keep your receipt.
  • If you see anyone or anything suspicious, cancel your transaction and leave immediately. If anyone follows you after making a transaction, go to a crowded, well-lit area and call the police.
  • Close the entry door completely upon entering and exiting this facility.
  • Do not permit entrance to any unknown person at any time, if card access was required to enter.
  • When using a drive-up ATM, make sure all passenger car doors are locked and windows are up.
  • Do not leave your car unlocked or engine running when you get out to use an ATM.
  • While many ATMs are available 24 hours a day, some may be open only during local business hours. To be on the safe side, plan your withdrawals ahead of time.
  • Check with your financial institution to determine what the daily withdrawal limit is for your account.

Protecting your card

  • Keep your card in a safe place to avoid damage or theft.
  • Memorize your Personal Identification Number (PIN). Never write the PIN down on anything in your wallet or on the card.
  • When selecting a PIN, avoid numbers and letters that relate to your personal information. For example, don’t use your initials, birthday or telephone number. If you have such a number, contact your credit union and get a new PIN issued.
  • Immediately report a lost or stolen card to your financial institution
  • To help guard against fraud, keep your ATM receipts until you check them against your monthly statement.

These tips are meant to make you aware that although rare, ATM crime can happen. Preventing such a crime must be a cooperative effort between you and your credit union.



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