Enjoy easy access to the funds in your personal checking or savings account, with no additional fee, when you use a Debit MasterCard card.
Your card and PIN give you instant access to cash, 24 hours a day, seven days a week at an ATM displaying the MasterCard logos.
For no additional annual or monthly fee, the debit card also gives you the freedom to make purchases using funds directly from your checking account at any place that accepts Debit MasterCard.
Now you can shop online with added peace of mind using MasterCard SecureCode. This new service helps protect against unauthorized use of your First National Debit MasterCard, Debit BusinessCard card, Debit MasterCard HomeFlex Equity Line of Credit card and your Debit MasterCard Health Savings Account card when you shop online at participating merchants.
Click here to enroll your debit card in SECURECODE.
What is identity theft? At its simplest level, identity theft is someone pretending to be you. To download a copy of the bank's Identity Theft brochure click here (3.7 MB PDF). Download the complete MasterCard Guide to Benefits (1.6MB PDF), which describes the programs available to Debit MasterCard cardholders.
We offer overdraft protection from a savings account or First National Bank Alaska MasterCard® account by which, for a fee, your check or automatic bill payment requests are paid even though there are insufficient funds in your account, to avoid the creation of an overdraft.
You may also sign up for another overdraft service for your personal account that can help you avoid the embarrassment and frustration of having your debit card transaction declined. By “opting-in,” you authorize us to pay your First National Debit Card or ATM transactions that would otherwise be declined for insufficient funds. There is no fee to "opt-in" to this service. However, if you “opt-in” and we pay a charge arising from your use of your First National Debit Card even though there are insufficient funds in your account, we will charge you a fee in addition to the amount of the overdraft we paid. Visit FNBAlaskaOptIn.com to guide you through the decision-making process.
Contact us for more information about Debit MasterCard cards or to apply for your card.
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