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New Rewards Program for Debit and Credit Cards:
Liberty First is bringing you even more reward options just for using your Liberty First Debit and Credit cards. UChoose Rewards is loaded with travel, merchandise, gift cards and even a cash back option for your points! Find out more here and get your MasterCard registered today!
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Lost/Stolen Debit or Credit Card:
If your LFCU Check Card or Credit Card is missing, lost or stolen, please notify Liberty First immediately. In the case of a stolen card, notify the police department as well. To report your MasterCard Check Card or Credit Card lost or stolen 24/7 call 1-800-472-3272.
Attention all EMV Debit Card Users:
Many merchants’ terminals act differently when accepting a debit card as an EMV Transaction. Most terminals default into a PIN selection, but usually have a way to allow for a signature transaction. We feel that using the card with a signature protects you and maintains the confidentiality of your PIN, while allowing you to earn points and accumulate transactions for various Kasasa rewards. Remember, if you are a Kasasa account holder or utilize our rewards program, you must use the card with a signature to get points and/or accumulate monthly Kasasa transaction requirements.
- Always choose credit, when given the option.
- Choose "Debit MasterCard" instead of Debit, when given the option.
- Select "Change Payment" on the "Enter PIN" screen, if given the option - then select "Credit"
- At a variety of merchants, you must ask the cashier how to process the card as a "credit" or signature
transaction when the prompt for your PIN is displayed. Sometimes it is by entering the green "enter" option,
other terminals require you to hit the red "X" or cancel button.
- Finally, some merchants will need to swipe the card to allow for your signature. You will have to ask them to do