Debit Cards/ATM Cards

Pay for your purchases directly from your checking account with your Advantage Community Bank debit card. Your card can be used wherever MASTERCARD® is accepted. And when you do need cash, the card doubles as an ATM card. A fast and convenient way to pay for purchases instead of using cash or checks.

  • Purchases are deducted from your checking account and appear on your monthly statement
  • Accepted at millions of locations worldwide
  • Hundreds of free ATM’s are available to Advantage Community Bank customers. ATM Access is a service exclusively for the
    customers of participating Wisconsin and Minnesota community banks. For location information, visit In Wisconsin look for the ATM Access ATMs or in Minnesota look for participating In Balance ATMs.


Lost or Stolen Card

To report your lost or stolen card debit card call 1-888-385-6772 during regular office hours. At other times, please call 1-866-546-8273.

Fraud Information

Advantage Community Bank monitors debit card activity. When potential fraud is detected, you will receive notification via email, text or a telephone call. If we reach you by text or phone, the number calling will come from the "Debit Card Fraud Center 1-800-417-4592". You may wish to save this number as a contact on your mobile device.

Please remember that during our communication will we never ask you for your PIN or account number!


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