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At most banks, a debit card is just a convenient piece of plastic. Sign up for a free Kasasa® checking account and use your card to earn even more rewards!


  • Earn rewards just for using your debit card
  • Make purchases around the globe and online anywhere MasterCard is accepted
  • Faster and easier than writing checks
  • Make withdrawals, transfers, inquiries, and deposits (where allowed) at ATMs
  • Cut the cost of ordering checks
  • Avoid carrying large amounts of cash
  • Authorization process limits your risk for lost or stolen cards
  • Easily track expenses
    • Receive receipts for every transaction
    • Each transaction appears on your monthly statement

Manage your card on your time. Our Card Self-Service system provides easy-to-follow card activation and PIN selection options in English, French, or Spanish. This free, secure service is available around-the-clock — so you can start using your card as soon as possible.

  • Activate a card
  • Select a new PIN
  • Change a forgotten PIN
  • Change a known PIN

Call 1 (800) 567-3451 to access this convenient service today.

Important Information

This service requires that the personal information we have on file for you matches what you input into the phone system, or neither the card activation nor PIN selection functions will be successful.

Learn More

Our staff is available to answer any questions you may have. Please call (620) 872-7224 ext. 418.

How do I report a lost or stolen card?

If your debit card is lost or stolen, please contact us immediately at (620) 872-7224 during regular business hours. To receive assistance after business hours, please call (800) 472-3272.

How do I change my PIN?

Call our 24-hour Card Self-Service system at 1 (800) 567-3451.

How do I activate my debit card?

Call our 24-hour Card Self-Service system at 1 (800) 567-3451.

How do I make a signature based-transaction using my debit card?

Select credit when paying at the gas pump or purchasing over the telephone. Choose credit card for online purchases, and use the credit option (not debit) when paying for your purchase at a store.