Debit Card FAQs


How do I change my Busey Debit Mastercard® PIN?

You can reset your Busey Debit Mastercard® PIN in any one of the following ways:

  • Visit or call a nearby Busey service center to have an associate reset your PIN for you.
  • If you already know your PIN, you can change the PIN at an ATM.


My card is expiring. What do I need to do?

You may continue to use your debit card through the month of expiration. You will receive a replacement card in the mail halfway through the expiration month. Your card number and PIN will remain the same, though your card's three-digit CVV number and expiration date will change. Please follow the card mailer instructions to activate your card as soon as it arrives.

Please note, if you have recently moved you may need to update your address with Busey so there are no disruptions with the reissue of your debit card.



My debit card has been lost/stolen. Can I turn off the card online?

Yes, you can! From your eBank dashboard, scroll down the page to view the Card Management section and select the card you want to turn off. Turn the card off by clicking the slider bar.


I will be traveling soon and want to ensure that my debit card does not get blocked while traveling. How can I alert Busey that I will be traveling?

From your eBank dashboard, scroll down the page to view the Card Management section.

For online users:
  • Log in to eBank
  • Click on the three horizontal dots to unfold the additional Card Management options
  • Select Travel Notices
For Busey Mobile App users:
  • Click on the airplane icon to enter your travel information

If you do not have access to eBank, please contact Busey directly to ensure access to your funds while traveling.


What is a contactless payment?

A contactless payment is a payment transaction that does not require physical contact between a payment card and point-of-sale (POS) terminal. When a contactless (dual interface) chip card, mobile phone, or wearable device is held close to the terminal (less than 1-2 inches away), payment account information is transmitted wirelessly, over radio frequency (RF).


How safe are contactless cards?

Contactless cards are safe, highly secured with encryption and have the same protection as EMV chip cards. Transactions are cryptographically secure and generate a unique code for each transaction. This allows issuers to automatically detect and reject any attempt to use the same transaction information more than once. Personal information such as the cardholder’s name cannot be read.


Where can a contactless card be used?

A contactless card can be used anywhere that accepts card payments. To use the contactless feature, look for the antenna icon or the word “TAP” on the terminal. If the terminal or ATM does not support contactless, insert your card as usual to use the chip, or on older terminals, swipe it to use the magnetic strip. Contactless cards can also be used to make purchases online or by phone in the same way you do today.


When will I receive a contactless card?

Contactless cards will be reissued to current Busey debit cardholders based on the expiration date of the current card. 


When cards are reissued at expiration, will the new contactless card have a new card number?

No. The Busey debit card number stays the same, but the CVV and expiration date will be updated.


Does the card information need to be updated for recurring payments?

Yes. Because the CVV on the back of the card and the expiration date were changed, it is recommended that the debit card information be updated with the merchant so the payment will not be declined.


Can I dispute a debit card transactions? 

Yes. If there is an unauthorized debit card transaction on your account please contact Busey to complete the dispute. If there is an authorized transactions you wish to dispute, please contact the merchant directly.








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