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EMV Chip Cards

As part of our credit card program, HOPE is always working to bring the highest level of security to our members. Credit card transactions have been made safer with new EMV chip technology, and we want to deliver that benefit to you.

HOPE EMV Platinum Rewards CardHOPE has introduced EMV chip credit cards to provide additional fraud protection to our members. By using this card at chip-enabled terminals, cardholders can receive the highest level of security available for their personal financial information.

Increased Security

  • This tiny chip provides greater fraud protection by creating a unique code for each transaction.
  • Chip cards are harder to counterfeit.
  • With chip cards, members will be ready as more and more merchants in the U.S. and around the world switch to the new EMV standard.

EMV Chip Card - Step 2Using Your Card

  • Whenever a merchant has a chip-enabled credit card terminal, be sure to use it for the highest available level of fraud protection.
  • Simply insert the card into the terminal instead of swiping it. Leave the card in the terminal until the transaction is complete.
  • If a merchant does not have a chip-enabled terminal, you can still use the magnetic stripe by swiping the card.

 

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