Convenience counts when you’re out making purchases for your home or family.
With a Dort One Debit Card, you can access your Checking Account funds without the hassle of finding a pen or tying up a checkout line while you write a check! It’s a checkbook in a plastic card.
You don’t have to pay an annual fee, and won’t be charged interest on your purchases because they are deducted from your Checking Account balance.
Your Dort One Debit Card is a great way to keep track of your budget, because your monthly statement includes details of all your purchases and where they were made.
Your Dort One Debit Card can also be used as your Dort Financial ATM card. You can withdraw from checking and savings accounts, perform balance inquiries, even make transfers. Click here to see some Frequently Asked Questions that offer more information about the this feature.
Note to Current Dort One Debit Cardholders
Call (800) 543-5073 if you need to report a lost or stolen Dort One Debit Card
Do I need to do anything different when using my Dort One Debit Card to make a purchase?
No. However, it is your choice to select “Debit” or “Credit” when making a purchase. When you select “Debit,” you will be required to enter your PIN and the transaction will immediately be deducted from your checking account. When you select “Credit” you will (in most cases) have to sign for the transaction and it will be deducted from your checking account within a few business days.
What else should I know or remember about the Dort One Debit Card?
Why do purchases I have made with my Dort One Debit Card sometimes show up on my statement as ATM transactions?
If you make a purchase with your Dort One Debit Card and select “Debit” and use your PIN, the transaction will show up on your statement as an ATM transaction. This is because when you select “Debit” you are using the ATM network to transfer the money to the merchant. If you make a purchase with your Dort One Debit Card and select “Credit” and sign for the purchase, the transaction will show up on your statement as a purchase.