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One store where I shop doesn't have a chip accessable machine. What is my alternative
Eileen, Deptford, NJ
September 6, 2016 06:38:09 AM
In reply to Eileen, Deptford, NJ
Thanks for contacting TD Helps today, Eileen. This is a great question, and we'll be happy to point you in the right direction.
If you currently have a Chip-enabled Debit Card, and a merchant does not have Chip-enabled technology, no worries, as you'll be still able to use your Debit Card. Instead of inserting your Debit Card into the chip reader, like you would at a merchant that provides Chip-enabled technology, you would swipe your card and use the magnetic strip on the back of your card. This will still allow for your purchase to be made, and debited from your account correctly. In addition, should you have any additional questions about this specific merchant and how their card readers work without Chip-enabled technology, we recommend reaching out to them directly for more information.
We hope this helps, Eileen, and please enjoy the rest of your day.
Customer Service Team, Mount Laurel
September 6, 2016 06:39:24 AM