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Re: New USAA Debit Card?

 


Iamvee wrote:

I got the newest one, it's navy with the same features as the bubbly one. 


Im thinking of reporting my card as damaged so i can get this one. Anyone think this is ok or will there be any adverse effects to my account and  i should just wait out two year for my current crappy bubbly card to expire?

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Re: New USAA Debit Card?


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Iamvee wrote:

I got the newest one, it's navy with the same features as the bubbly one. 


Im thinking of reporting my card as damaged so i can get this one. Anyone think this is ok or will there be any adverse effects to my account and  i should just wait out two year for my current crappy bubbly card to expire?


So i ended up reporting it damaged and recieved the new debit card a couple weeks ago. It looks soooo much nicer, it has a dark blue background with the USAA flag feintly showing on the front. If u guys absolutely despise looking at your old design just report it damaged and USAA will keep the same account number/expiration date so you dont have to reactivate the new card!

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charleeislegend wrote:


So i ended up reporting it damaged and recieved the new debit card a couple weeks ago. It looks soooo much nicer, it has a dark blue background with the USAA flag feintly showing on the front. If u guys absolutely despise looking at your old design just report it damaged and USAA will keep the same account number/expiration date so you dont have to reactivate the new card!


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bs1234 wrote:

charleeislegend wrote:


So i ended up reporting it damaged and recieved the new debit card a couple weeks ago. It looks soooo much nicer, it has a dark blue background with the USAA flag feintly showing on the front. If u guys absolutely despise looking at your old design just report it damaged and USAA will keep the same account number/expiration date so you dont have to reactivate the new card!


And not to be too rude (well, OK, being rude!): If you spend any time at all worrying about the beauty or otherwise of a credit/debit card, and expend efforts getting replacements, um, well, reconsider priorities or something...


Didnt know spending 5 minutes of my time to order myself a new card AND write how i felt about it, made it a priority in my life.... Maybe if you stoped thinking about how people use their time and waste time posting about such things of NO value, you can straighten out YOUR priorities -_-

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charleeislegend wrote:

bs1234 wrote:

charleeislegend wrote:


So i ended up reporting it damaged and recieved the new debit card a couple weeks ago. It looks soooo much nicer, it has a dark blue background with the USAA flag feintly showing on the front. If u guys absolutely despise looking at your old design just report it damaged and USAA will keep the same account number/expiration date so you dont have to reactivate the new card!


And not to be too rude (well, OK, being rude!): If you spend any time at all worrying about the beauty or otherwise of a credit/debit card, and expend efforts getting replacements, um, well, reconsider priorities or something...


Didnt know spending 5 minutes of my time to order myself a new card AND write how i felt about it, made it a priority in my life.... Maybe if you stoped thinking about how people use their time and waste time posting about such things of NO value, you can straighten out YOUR priorities -_-


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MojaveMoon wrote:

I want to alert people that if you have the ATM card (not the debit card) from USAA that USAA calls the Maestro card and if you're thinking of switching from the ATM card to the debit card, an agent had told me current Maestro cardholders can continue to be reissued Maestro cards when your card expires but that anyone who doesn't have a Maestro card can no longer request a Maestro card. I prefer having an ATM card instead of a debit card since the number printed on the ATM card can not be used for purchases not requiring a signature or for purchases over the internet or the telephone. And when I make a deposit at a participating UPS store, the system for depositing checks accepts the Maestro as a valid form of USAA id.


ATM card?  Whats that?  2012 anyone?  haha jk :smileyhappy:

 


It has it's uses, remember USAA does 1% foreign tranaction fees and 5 ATM charges waived, I used it in Vietnam quite a bit, most places there do not accept ANY credit cards and deal with cash, it's not too unusual to get pick pocketed so yea =P


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btw why you guy describing the card? we all have camera phone post a picture =p


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distantarray wrote:

btw why you guy describing the card? we all have camera phone post a picture =p


Not allowed to post photos of personal cards on the site. :smileytongue: Unless someone can google a photo of one without any personal info it cannot be done 

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jsucool76 wrote:

distantarray wrote:

btw why you guy describing the card? we all have camera phone post a picture =p


Not allowed to post photos of personal cards on the site. :smileytongue: Unless someone can google a photo of one without any personal info it cannot be done 


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