Update your card information everywhere you shop or pay online.
The fastest way to securely update your People’s Credit Union Debit Card at all of your favorite retailers. Now you can update your card information all in one place… instantly! It’s easy and secure.
Since each subscription service handles these updates differently, you might receive an email confirming your card update from some of the sites.
Update your People’s Credit Union Debit Card online in 3 easy steps!
1) Select the sites where you would like to update your debit card.
2) Enter your debit card and billing information.
3) Enter your login information for the selected sites.
Let Card Updater handle the rest!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a fee to update my cards?
No, there is no fee, this is a completely free tool for People’s Credit Union members.
What if I do not know my login information?
For the protection of your account, you will need to know your username/email and password to complete the card update on each site where you would like to update your card information.
Is it secure?
Yes, end-to-end encryption means no one can access your sensitive information but you.
What happens if I have two different cards that I would like to update on my accounts?
We’ve listed the top sites where you might want to update your card. If you don’t see the site you would like to update, you may go to the site individually and update it manually.
Will my billing address also update?
Yes, the billing address associated with your card will be updated on the sites you select.
What information is stored?
None of your personally identifiable information is stored during or upon completion of updating your sites. Your sensitive information is securely and permanently discarded once it is placed on the intended account you have chosen.
How long until my new card is updated at my merchant account?
Within minutes of entering your information and completing the automatic card updating process, you will receive an email with the status of your account updates. Don’t see that email? Make sure to double-check your spam folder.