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Make purchases or get cash from an ATM with your Wolf River Community Bank debit card!
A debit card is a great way to manage your money since it deducts directly from your checking account. You only spend the money you have in your account.
As part of our technology upgrade, you should have received a new, vertical “Geometric Blue” debit card. Your old card will no longer work after Wednesday, September 13.
Once activated, be sure to update any payments tied to your debit card like:
During bank hours, call us at 920-779-7000.
On Saturdays or after business hours, call the Wolf Line at 833-423-0341, option #4.
The daily dollar limit on your debit card is $2,510 and $410 of that can be used for ATM withdrawals. If you feel that this daily limit does not fit your financial needs, please contact us to discuss options to raise those limits. You can also temporarily increase your balance for large purchases or payments with the mobile app. Go to ‘Manage Cards’ then click the arrow on the right hand side. Scroll down and choose ‘Request Temporary Spending Limit Increase’ then follow the prompts.
Overdraft protection is a service offered to avoid costly overdraft fees. It works by linking your checking account to another account, such as a savings account or line of credit. If your checking account has insufficient funds to cover a transaction, the bank will automatically transfer funds from the linked account to cover the transaction, thus avoiding an overdraft fee.
To take advantage of this service and make the transfer, there must be money in the savings or line of credit account. At Wolf River Community Bank, it is complimentary to sign up for overdraft protection and there’s a small fee when the overdraft occurs. Once set up and an overdraft occurs, we will pull from your savings or line of credit in increments of $100.
Don’t have overdraft protection yet? Contact us to get started.