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Chip-enabled Debit Card

North Shore Bank Chip-enabled Debit Card

What to expect from your new debit card.

The new chip-enabled North Shore Bank Debit Card can do everything your current card does, plus a chip card transaction adds another layer of security by requiring the chip to produce a single-use code to validate the transaction.


What’s New

  • Your three-digit security code on the back of card
  • Your debit card's expiration date
  • At chip-enabled terminals and ATMs, cards stay in the terminal until transaction is complete

What’s Staying The Same

  • Your 16-digit card number 
  • Your Personal Identification Number (PIN)
  • The accounts tied to your card
  • The card still has the magnetic stripe so you can use it at traditional card readers

Three easy steps when using your chip-enabled debit card:

See how easy it is to use your new North Shore Bank chip-enabled debit card by hovering over the steps below.
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Insert Your Card, Don't Swipe

When you make a purchase using your EMV chip-enabled North Shore Bank debit card, you will need to insert your card, chip-end first, into the card reader.

Leave Your Card Inserted

After your debit card has been inserted, leave it in place as the transaction proceeds. You should see messages updating you on the status of your purchase as the card is being read.

Remove Your Card

After a successful payment, you will be prompted to remove your card from the payment reader. This is often accompanied by an audible noise, as well as on-screen messaging to remind you to not forget your card.
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