How to Lock Your Chase Debit Card

February 22, 2024
David Sunnyside

In an era of massive data breaches, it can be a pain to have your debit card stolen and used fraudulently. Thankfully, you can lock your Chase debit card and prevent fraudulent charges until you find it. And it’s much less hassle than having to cancel your card and get a new one.

The best way to lock your chase debit card is to use the app, but you can also log in to your online account or mobile banking app and use the ellipsis. You’ll be able to lock your credit card or debit card from there, which will stop new purchases, cash advances and balance transfers. However, recurring transactions like subscriptions and scheduled bill payments will still go through.

You’ll also be able to continue using your card with digital wallets such as Apple Pay or Google Pay when you lock it. You may have to link a new card to the digital wallet after you unlock it, though.

If you’re worried about your card being stolen, it’s a good idea to sign up for a free NerdWallet account. That will give you all your card information in one place so you can spot red flags quickly. You can also check your credit report to see if you’ve been hit by fraud in the past. And if you want a long-term solution that gives you more security, consider signing up for a virtual card with an independent provider such as Privacy.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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