Reporting Lost or Stolen Debit Card
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I cancel a lost or stolen debit card online?
- Log in to Central Online Banking.
- Click on the Options tab.
- Click on ATM/Debit Card. You’ll see all the cards associated with your accounts.
- Find the card you wish to cancel, then click the box under the Lost/Stolen column and click Submit.
- Please note that this does not order a replacement card, so you’ll want to click on Contact Us and send a secure message so that we can get one on its way to you.
- How do report a stolen debit card from CNB Mobile app?
- Log in and tap on the menu in the upper left corner.
- Tap the option that says Manage Debit Cards.
- Tap the card you wish to cancel.
- Once you tap on it, you can choose Report Lost/Stolen.
- Please note that this does not order a replacement card. Once you’re done, you can go back to the menu, choose Send Secure Message, and let us know that you’re needing a new debit card.
How can we help?
Let us know the best way to reach you and one of our customer representatives will be in touch.
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