Debit and ATM Cards
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Tech Check Card
Tech Check Card is the most flexible and convenient way to make everyday purchases wherever Visa Debit cards are accepted. We'll deduct the purchase amount from your checking account and detail all transactions on your account statement.
Add your Tech Check Card to the Apple Pay, Google Pay or Samsung Pay mobile wallet for secure transactions using your mobile device at participating retailers.
You can also use Tech Check Card to perform transactions on your accounts at any Tech CU ATM or over 36,000 fee-free ATMs nationwide. A nominal Tech Credit Union service fee is applied to transactions conducted at ATMs not in the fee-free ATM networks.
Use your Tech Check Card regularly and you can put real money back in your pocket with our TechDebit Rewards program. This FREE feature of Online & Mobile Banking lets you earn cash back rewards when using your card to purchase merchandise and services. Offers will appear within Online & Mobile Banking based on where and how you shop...the offers are customized for you. Simply click on an offer to see the details and activate it. Then, shop the retailer with your Tech Check Card to earn the reward. The more you use your Tech Check Card, the more offers you'll receive. There are no coupons to present and no limit to the amount of rewards you can earn. Rewards are typically deposited to your account the month after an offer is redeemed.
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For members without a Tech Checking account, a Cash Card provides access to your credit union savings account at any Tech CU ATM or over 36,000 fee-free ATMs nationwide. Tech Cash card is issued free to provide you with access to basic ATM transactions but does not offer the ability to make retail purchases through the Visa network. A Tech Credit Union service fee applies to transactions that require use of a personal identification number (PIN) to complete the transaction.