Lost or stolen card? Know your options.
No matter how much we prepare, the unexpected can still happen. Therefore, it’s important to know your options when your cards go missing.
Misplaced your debit card? No worries! You can instantly turn off your card while you search, then switch it back on once you find it.
In the event that your card is lost or stolen, the first step is to report it. The best option is to deactivate your card using your bank’s online platform. This allows you to take immediate action to protect your account. Additionally, you can report your lost or stolen card through live chat, email, secured messaging, or by calling your bank directly (the number Armed Forces Bank customer service is 888-929-2265).
No matter where you travel, locally or internationally, for business or pleasure, for one day or one month, the commonality is money. We use it for meals, hotels, transportation, emergencies, and more. A limited cash supply or a frozen account can put a damper on anyone’s vacation, which is why we’ve chosen these financial tips. We hope you find them useful on your next adventure!
Digital Banking with Armed Forces Bank
We hope you’re getting excited for your upcoming travel. Be sure to take advantage of Armed Forces Bank’s Digital Banking services and mobile app.
With our digital banking platform, accessing your online bank account has never been this simple. From the convenience of your phone or computer, you can bank anytime, anywhere. Monitor your account activity in Amsterdam, keep track of your balances in Beijing, and quickly access your transaction history in the Hamptons. Your bank travels with you, so you can spend less time worrying about finances and more time enjoying your vacation.
Digital Banking & Setting Up Alerts: Online Banking
Debit Card Controls (new link yet to be published)
Need Foreign Currency? Visit your local Armed Forces Bank branch: Locations
Digital Wallet: Digital Wallet
When You Discover Unauthorized Purchases: Identity Theft Help Center