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EMV Chip Cards
Enhanced Card Security with Chip Technology
ENJOY GLOBAL ACCEPTANCE AND GREATER SECURITY
Nevada State Bank is pleased to offer EMV (Europay, Mastercard, Visa) Chip Cards to our valued clients. Chip Cards offer improved security, global acceptance, and continued ease-of-use. Since Chip Cards will be new to many of our clients, we want to make sure you are familiar with how Chip Cards work and what additional benefits they offer.
AS EASY AS EVER TO USE
Although chip-enabled terminals work a little differently, you'll have them mastered in no time. Here's how you pay with your Nevada State Bank card the chip-secured way:
With the front side up and chip end first, insert your card into the terminal. Keep your card in the terminal throughout the transaction.
Follow the on-screen directions. For debit cards, enter your PIN if prompted.
Remove your card once you are prompted to do so.
A chip-enabled terminal reads the Chip Card only when it is inserted. Removing the card too early can interfere with processing the transaction. Make sure you leave your Chip Card in the terminal throughout the entire transaction and only remove it when prompted.
Because you leave the card inserted, a common challenge with the transition to paying with a Chip Card is forgetting your card in the terminal. Remember to take your card with you when you leave.
HOW A CHIP CARD BENEFITS YOU
With Chip Card technology, your card data is more secure when used at a chip-enabled terminal. The chip assigns a unique code to each payment transaction you make. This is different than magnetic stripe technology, which stores static information that is used for every transaction. With Chip Cards, once a transaction is complete, the unique code "expires." This helps prevent the card data from being reused.
Chip Cards are already the standard in several countries, and global adoption of this technology continues to grow. The United States is now in the process of transitioning to Chip Cards. This transition will take some time to become fully standardized because, to ensure a Chip Card is processed through the chip, a merchant must have a chip-enabled terminal. And, that will require both card issuers and merchants to fully adopt this technology.
A merchant who does not have a chip-enabled terminal can still process your payment using the magnetic stripe. And, while the Chip Card security is not utilized during a magnetic stripe transaction, the other security protections we already offer are all still in place.
We are here to help you make the most of your Chip Card. Call 866.749.7476 for more information. Click here to view FAQs on Chip Cards.