Jennifer Eden

Sep 06 2017

Turn Your Debit Card On or Off Through Hills Bank Online


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If you’ve ever misplaced or experienced fraudulent activity on your debit card, you can now temporarily turn it on or off through Hills Bank Online or the Hills Bank app.

Learn how to turn your debit card on and off within Hills Bank Online: https://youtu.be/oi9UkXPB-EY
 

If you’ve lost your card or suspect fraudulent charges on your account, please call us immediately at 1-800-445-5725.

Debit Card Manager is available in the Hills Bank and Trust Company Apps on supported Apple and Android devices. 
 
Download Hills Bank Online on the Apple App Store.Download Hills Bank Online through Google Play.
 
Jennifer Eden

About Jennifer Eden

Jennifer Eden is eBanking Services, Vice President at the Hills Bank location in Hills. She has been at Hills Bank since 2003 assisting customers with their electronic banking needs. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, volunteering with her children’s activities, and returning to her home town in Northeast Iowa. She can be reached at jennifer_eden@hillsbank.com.


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