We’re committed to your security. And soon, we’ll be
bringing you a new level of protection by making
chip cards available to all customers.
Watch the video to see how the embedded chip enhances protection.
A chip transaction adds another layer of security to cards by requiring the chip to produce a single-use code to validate the transaction — further protecting cards from unauthorized use.
Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico and South America have already embraced chip technology — so your card will be easier to use outside the U.S. Plus, chip technology is becoming the standard in the U.S.
At a Chip Card Reader
As U.S. merchants begin transitioning to chip card readers, you will notice the payment process works a little differently. Not all chip card readers will look the same, but the process is nearly identical.
Rather than being swiped, chip cards should be inserted until the transaction is complete. Make sure to follow the prompts on the screen.
At an ATM
Chase ATMs are currently being updated to account for embedded chip cards. During this process, you should use your card as you do today, and follow the prompts on screen to continue the transaction.
A chip-enabled ATM will hold your card for the duration of the transaction – so always remember to take your card when finished.
If you are an existing Chase cardholder, there is no need to request a chip card. Chase Visa® debit cards, credit, prepaid and ATM cards will be replaced with chip-enabled cards starting in 2015.
If you are interested in becoming a new Chase customer, you can learn more about our products below: