Debit Card

Whether you’re shopping around the corner or around the world, the First Mid Debit Card is an easy, hassle-free way to pay. You no longer have to carry a checkbook, write checks or wait for check approvals. And since the Debit Card carries the VISA symbol, it is accepted at over 28 million merchants in over 200 countries and territories worldwide. You can even use it to get cash quickly from over 1.4 million VISA/PLUS Network ATMs, making it convenient for traveling!

With a First Mid Visa® Debit Card:

  • Funds are automatically deducted from your checking account with each purchase
  • A record appears on your monthly checking statement
  • Newly issued First Mid debit cards have the security of chip technology. This technology provides greater security when making purchases. Learn more about chip card technology.

If you’re traveling and need to find an ATM, the VISA ATM locator can help you find an ATM anywhere in the world.

Please Note:  Areas where card transactions are currently blocked include: Africa, Belize, Brazil and Romania. We may also block transactions in other countries from time to time.

Card Fraud Protection

First Mid partners with Falcon Fraud to keep you safe! When suspected fraud occurs on your debit card, Falcon Fraud will contact you by phone to determine if the charges were truly fraudulent. They will never ask you for full account information or detailed personal information. When contacting you, a Falcon Fraud representative will identify themselves as First Mid Falcon Fraud. They will only ask you for partial information which may be used to verify your identity.

If Falcon Fraud cannot reach you, they will leave a message and request that you call them back toll free at 1-866-395-3393. If they are unable to reach you, for your protection, they could put a block on your card so that no fraudulent charges can be made.

Additional Card Protection

You may enroll your card in Visa’s Purchase Alerts program and receive real-time notifications when your card is used. You set the criteria for the type of transaction that triggers an alert – such as the amount spent or how the transaction is made (in person, online, over the phone).   It’s another way Visa is helping our cardholders identify potentially fraudulent activity.

Contact Us for more details.