Reporting a Lost or Stolen Debit Card

How do I cancel a lost or stolen debit card online?
  1. Log in to Online or Mobile Banking and scroll down to Card Management, then select the card you’re missing.
  2. If you think there’s a chance you will find it, you can temporarily lock the card by clicking on the toggle, and then turn it back on once the card is found.
  3. If the card is definitely lost, or has been stolen, select report lost/stolen.
Please note that this does not order a replacement card, so you’ll want to send us a message or give us call to get a new card.

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