New Debit Card Alert!

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New Debit Card Alert!

In August 2017, Southeastern Bank will be changing to a new debit card program that offers you great new benefits.  Watch your mail.  If you don’t receive your new card by the end of August, please contact your local branch.

Your new PIN will arrive in the mail a few days after your card.  If you wish to customize your PIN, call 800-717-4923 to change your PIN using an interactive voice response system with the Shazam Network.

Your new debit card will include an EMV® chip for enhanced security.  For chip-enabled businesses and ATM terminals, you’ll need to insert your card – chip first.  Your card will also have a magnetic strip on the back for use at locations where the terminals don’t yet accept chip cards.

The chip within the card stores account information more securely, and the technology itself provides protection against fraudsters creating a replica of your card.  The biggest benefit of switching to chip cards is the reduction in card fraud resulting from counterfeit, lost and stolen cards.  


Once you receive your new debit card, you’ll need to provide the new number to businesses and service providers that charge your card for recurring or automated payments, such as utility companies, cable companies, insurance companies, iTunes® and Amazon®. On or after August 23, any use of the old card will cause your payment to decline and potentially interrupt your service.

We’re excited about the new debit card program and hope you’ll be, too. If you have any questions, please contact your local branch or call us at 912.437.4141.

About Us: Southeastern Bank, established in 1888, has a long history of serving its customers and communities. From checking accounts and loans to investments and more, Southeastern Bank has the financial products you need most. Southeastern Bank has 10 locations throughout coastal Georgia and northeast Florida that include Brunswick, Callahan, Darien, Eulonia, Folkston, Hilliard, Kingsland, Nahunta, Richmond Hill and St. Simons Island.