Misplaced your debit card? No problem! You can now turn it off using the new Card Valet App*. Once you find your card, simply turn it back on! With Card Valet, you can set up security measures right from your smart phone to help you avoid the hassles of account fraud.
MOST FREQUENTLY USED FEATURES
- Turn your debit card on and off whenever you would like. (This will not interrupt recurring bill payments such as gym memberships or subscriptions.)
- Receive notification of possible fraudulent transactions and take immediate action.
- Set up alerts to help protect your accounts from fraud.
- Restrict transactions based on merchant or transaction type and location.
- Set up spending limits.
- View balances. (Please note- the home page may need to be refreshed to show your current balance. This balance is NOT your AVAILABLE balance. You may click on the account to view your available balance.)
HOW TO ENROLL
Step 1: Make sure you’ve got your KLEFCU debit card handy.
Step 2: Download the Card Valet App. You can use the links below to the iTunes App Store or Android Store, or simply search for the Card Valet App.
Step 3: Once the Card Valet App is downloaded on your device, simply follow the prompts to register your card. You’ll be required to enter your card information and create a username and password.
Now that you’ve got your card enrolled, you’re ready to use Card Valet!
*Data Usage Disclaimer: This app is free for download; however, as with any app, your use of it may result in data charges imposed by your mobile network operator or your internet service provider. You are advised to consult your mobile data or internet data plans to identify the charges which may be incurred prior to the installation and operation of the credit union’s app. The credit union is not responsible for data usage charges. In order for the app to operate fully, the device on which it is used may need to be connected to certain wireless and/or communication based technologies. There may be delays, limitations, and other problems inherent in the use of the internet and electronic communication, of which the credit union has no control.