The Card to Pick
When you use your Peoples State Bank debit card, the amount will automatically be subtracted from your account. All transactions will appear on your regular monthly account statement.
Our debit cards have a chip in them to provide you with additional security. To learn more about chip card technology, visit GoChipCard.com.
ATM Access is a statewide alliance of community banks that have banded together to offer you surcharge-free cash withdrawals at ATM Access locations across Wisconsin. Finding an ATM Access location is easy. Either download the app, ask us for a printed copy or visit this website.
Manage your debit card through the convenience of our mobile app! With CardManager you can turn your card on and off, restrict usage to specific merchant/transaction types and locations, set transaction alerts and purchase limits, view recent transactions and monitor account balances.
To access CardManager in Mobile Banking, open the Peoples State Bank mobile app and click on “My cards.” This will open your app store to download the Peoples State Bank CardManager app. Once it’s downloaded, you can open the CardManager app directly through the Peoples State Bank mobile app by clicking “My cards,” or you can open the CardManager app on its own by using your Online Banking login credentials.
You can also download the CardManager app here:
Peoples State Bank debit cards can now be used with Google Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay to make purchases at participating locations. Download the apps here:
- Always sign the back of your card upon receipt.
- Handle your card carefully. If your card is damaged, it may be rejected or retained.
- Safeguard your account number. Always obtain merchant receipts and destroy carbons.
- For your protection in case of loss or theft, do not keep your PIN and card together.
- Do not give your PIN to anyone who might have access to the card.
- When using your card at merchant locations, always keep your card in sight.
- Be cautious when using your card online, as many websites offer free trials for products, etc. The offer will say that all you owe is the shipping charge, but the Terms and Conditions state otherwise. Many of these sites will begin charging you monthly for a product or service that you are not even aware of.