User Michelle W (Opens a pop up layer) Contributor
User Peter S. (Opens a pop up layer) Contributor
I second this on EMV. For those of us who travel internationally frequently, EMV is the standard in many other countries. I can be hard to use a swipe credit card in some places.
User USAA Community Manager
This is a great question. Please note that USAA Bank members are eligible to request a chip and PIN card if they plan to work or travel overseas. In the coming years, when more U.S. merchants begin installing the new chip and PIN payment terminals, USAA Bank will convert all of its credit cards to this technology.
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User av8r_dave (Opens a pop up layer) Contributor
OK, so how do I request a chip & PIN EMV card? Seems to me that USAA should enable this though an interface as seamless as it is to set-up a travel notofication. Guess I have to telephonically deal with a rep.?