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New USAA Debit Card?

For people with a USAA checking account, have you guys seen the new USAA debit card design? Its so much more sleek with a clean navy blue color. I think its much better than that light blue, bubbly card they had before. Just saw it the other day at work and was wondering if anyone got the new debit card and what you guys think of it?

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Re: New USAA Debit Card?

I still have the blue bubbly one. I've never used it either. Lol.
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Re: New USAA Debit Card?

Post a pic of it?

 

 

I haven't seen it haven't, but pretty much anything is better than the current hideous look

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Re: New USAA Debit Card?


ccnewcc wrote:

Post a pic of it?

 

 

I haven't seen it haven't, but pretty much anything is better than the current hideous look


+1.  Love me some USAA but that is the fugliest card in my wallet

 

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Re: New USAA Debit Card?

I like the current one...but then again, the one I switched from....was nauseating. From a tiny credit union that probably had drunken parrots designing their credit and debit cards..


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Re: New USAA Debit Card?

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

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Re: New USAA Debit Card?

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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.

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Re: New USAA Debit Card?


charleeislegend wrote:

For people with a USAA checking account, have you guys seen the new USAA debit card design? Its so much more sleek with a clean navy blue color. I think its much better than that light blue, bubbly card they had before. Just saw it the other day at work and was wondering if anyone got the new debit card and what you guys think of it?



For which? The Visa or MC? Hmmmm...... Thanks for the heads up - I'll be calling to check out information on that!
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Re: New USAA Debit Card?


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:

 

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Re: New USAA Debit Card?

I only use it at the ATM to withdraw cash, but I might request a replacement card since the old design is so fugly.
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