Your Paducah Bank Visa debit card allows you to make purchases directly from your checking account quickly and easily anywhere Visa cards are accepted. That includes using it for online purchases and recurring bill payments online. You can also use it to withdraw cash from your checking account at any ATM – over 55,000 of which are surcharge-free worldwide thanks to the Allpoint network! In addition, your Paducah Bank debit card allows you to help feed the hungry through our Swipe and Serve program every time you use it as a signature-based transaction.
Paducah Bank is constantly working to keep our products and services in line with the latest advances in technology so our customers can enjoy the benefits of quicker, easier, and safer financial transactions. As technology has evolved, so has our debit card! Apple Pay and Visa Checkout make using your Paducah Bank debit card easier than ever before while EMV “chip” technology and the ability to turn your card “off” are making your debit card even safer too!
Debit Card On/Off
If you’ve ever lost your debit card, you know how scary it can be. Luckily, Paducah Bank has a tool that will help eliminate the hassle and panic of that situation. Paducah Bank customers have the ability to turn their debit cards off and on via their mobile app or Internet Banking.
You may have noticed some changes in the way debit cards and credit cards look these days. That small metallic “chip” that appears on many new cards isn’t for decoration; it’s a powerful new security feature protecting you from fraud and theft.
Paying in stores or within apps on your Apple device has never been easier or safer thanks to Apple Pay. Now you can use your Paducah Bank debit card without ever having to take it out of your wallet!
Samsung Pay is accepted at more places than any other mobile payment service out there, from the grocery store to the coffee shop to your favorite department store. It’s secure, easy to set up and simple to use with your latest Samsung Galaxy device.
Android Pay works at over one million locations (and counting…) across the US and in your favorite Android apps.