The chip on your new Capital Access Visa® Platinum debit card makes your card nearly impossible to counterfeit, so you can make your purchases with confidence. As before, your new card comes with $0 liability. This means you’re not responsible for any fraudulent charges.
Your card still has a magnetic strip, so you can continue to swipe your card to make payments the same way you always have. For merchants accepting chip transactions, follow these easy steps:
The U.S. is shifting to chip cards used at chip-enabled readers because chip technology has proven successful in reducing fraud in over 130 countries around the world. Many countries worldwide have adopted chip technology, and it will become the security standard for card payments in the U.S.
It is a card that has a chip on the front as well as the traditional magnetic strip on the back. The chip provides added security when used with a chip-enabled terminal or ATM. The chip protects in-store payments because it generates a unique, one-time code needed for each transaction to be approved.
A chip transaction adds another layer of security to cards by requiring the chip to produce a single-use code to validate the transaction – further protecting your card from unauthorized use. This process makes your chip card information more difficult to steal and therefore makes your chip card more difficult to counterfeit.
Chip card technology provides an additional layer of security to help reduce certain types of fraud resulting from data breaches; however, it will not prevent a data breach.
The chip stores information needed to complete your purchase, such as card number and expiration date.
No. Chip card technology is not a locator system. The chip on your card is limited to supporting authentication of card data when you make a purchase.
These are all just different terms for the same technology. The technology used in these credit cards is commonly known as EMV-enabled, which stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa, which uphold the chip technology. These cards are a global standard for processing credit and debit card payments.
Effective October 1, 2015, Visa’s global point-of-sale counterfeit liability shift will be effective in the U.S. With this liability shift, the party that is the cause of a chip transaction not occurring (i.e., either the issuer or the merchant’s acquirer) will be held financially liable for any resulting card present counterfeit fraud losses.
Yes, like all Visa cards your new chip card will be protected under the Visa Zero Liability policy. You must notify Raymond James promptly of any unauthorized use.
You can use your chip card anywhere Visa cards are accepted. Many merchants across the U.S. are beginning to accept chip card transactions and this will continue to grow within the coming years. Your chip card will still work at terminals where only magnetic strip transactions are accepted.
Instead of swiping the card at the merchant card reader, you’ll insert it into the slot in the front of the chip card reader. Leave the card in the chip card reader until your purchase is complete. If a signature is required, just sign, and always remember to take your card when you’re done.
Your card will also have a magnetic strip on the back, so you can still swipe your card at a traditional card reader, just as you would today.
Your Internet and telephone transactions will work just as they do today.
Just like anytime you get a new card, notify the merchants that charge your card, give them your card number, expiration date and the 3-digit security code.
In most cases, you’ll either sign or enter your PIN to complete your purchase – just like you do today. You may not be required to do either for certain types of transactions involving relatively small purchase amounts.
Some merchants may have chip terminals, but they may not yet be activated to accept chip cards. If you are unable to insert your chip card into a chip terminal, you can always swipe your card to complete the transaction. Most often, merchants that haven’t activated their terminals will block the chip slot.
Yes, you should continue to provide Raymond James with advance notification of plans to use your Visa debit card when traveling internationally.
Yes, you need to sign the back of your card for security purposes.
Raymond James does not charge for this service. However, standard text message and data rates assessed by your mobile carrier may apply. Please check with your mobile carrier to ensure you have text messaging service on your monthly mobile phone plan.
1) Login to your Client Access Capital Access account and Click “Register Here” under the Debit Cart Alerts section 2) Enter the requested information 3) Click submit
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Typically, responses arrive within a minute, but timing may vary.
Message frequency will depend on account settings.
Your mobile phone may be blocked from receiving third-party text messages. Check with your carrier and ask them to remove the block from your phone.
Text messaging is required for this service. If your mobile phone is able to send and receive text messages, but you do not subscribe to this service, you will need to contact your mobile phone provider to add a text messaging feature to your phone plan. Your phone carrier may charge additional fees.
Messages are only sent via U.S. carriers and will only be receivable in the U.S. Some messages on U.S. carriers may be received while traveling; however it will depend on that carrier's coverage area.
Fraud Alert messages will be sent when any suspicious activity occurs on your Raymond James debit card. They will require a text message reply to verify whether the subject transactions are authorized. Consumer Preference messages will be sent when debit card activity meets any of the criteria and/or thresholds that you selected during the optional Consumer Preference Alerts registration. These messages will not accept a reply, but our phone number is included in the event there is unauthorized activity.
No. Commands can be sent as upper-case, lower-case or a mixture of both.
No. Only one mobile phone number per debit card account can be registered with this service.
In order to receive alerts to your new number, you will need to re-register your new mobile number. You will be able to update the number on your existing profile.
Text messages are unique in that they can only hold 160 characters. Some commands require multiple messages to return all of the necessary information.
Yes. Our first priority is to protect your personal information. We never ask for your account number, personal identification or other personal information. If you ever receive a text message asking for your member number, account numbers or other personal information, please do not respond.
Send a text that says STOP to 57455. You will receive an opt-out confirmation.
Activate your card and customize your PIN by using our automated service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 877.315.3483.
In order to activate your Raymond James debit card or select a PIN, you will need to provide the following information for the primary cardholder on the account:
Reissued debit cardholders need only to activate the card. Your current PIN will remain the same unless you wish to change it.
New debit cardholders will need to activate the card and select a PIN of their choice.
By activating one card, all cards associated with that account are activated. Accounts with multiple cardholders will select a unique PIN for each card.
PIN numbers may only be changed once per day.
Never write your PIN on your card.