The account number associated with a debit card is not located anywhere on the card; rather, the number located on the middle of the front side of a debit card is that card's number itself. The number on the back side of... More »

If your debit card has an issue number, it is probably on the front of the debit card to the right of the card number. If a debit card has an issue number, it will be clearly marked as such. More »

As of 2014, credit and debit cards in the United States usually contain a prominently displayed 16-digit number. In addition to a unique card number, cards contain the bank's logo, the owner's name and the card's expirat... More »

MoneyGram AccountNow prepaid Visa debit cards have a number of fees, including a one-time $4.95 account activation fee and a $9.95 monthly fee for every month in which the cardholder loads less than $2,500 on the card. A... More »

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With most debit cards, there are multiple ways to activate them, such as calling an activation phone line provided with your card or using the card at an ATM with your PIN number. Some banks also allow activation by maki... More »

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Check cards, usually referred to as debit cards, work by swiping them at a register or using the number on the card for a transaction before a deduction takes place in the cardholder's bank account, according to Bankrate... More »

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As of 2014, credit and debit cards in the United States usually contain a prominently displayed 16-digit number. In addition to a unique card number, cards contain the bank's logo, the owner's name and the card's expirat... More »