Looking for a better way to pay for business expenses? With a Bank of Texas Visa® Debit Card, you can make purchases online and in person. Plus, you'll save on business products.
All of our business checking accounts come with free Visa® Debit Cards. They have all the convenience and security of a credit card. But, the card pulls money directly from your business's checking account, so there's never any interest to pay. Plus, simply by owning the card, you'll get special offers and deals from Visa®.
Using your debit card instead of writing a check is faster and more convenient, and it keeps your personal information, like your address, confidential.
Having a separate business card keeps your personal and business expense separate for better tracking. You can see all your transaction details in Online Banking or on your monthly statement. And, you can upload those transactions directly onto Quicken®, QuickBooks®, Money® or a spreadsheet to keep everything neat and organized.
There's no annual fee for our cards, and since funds are deducted straight from your account, there's no interest to pay. Plus, Visa offers lots of special perks to debit card holders. You'll get discounts at all sorts of places, from hotels to business supply stores***.
You can swipe your card at traditional terminals, but if a chip-activated terminal is available, follow these simple steps:
|1. Insert the chip end of your card into the terminal with the chip facing up.||2. Keep your card in the terminal and follow the prompts.||3. Remove your card when prompted and take your receipt.|
Our Business Experts are ready and waiting to discuss your business needs. You can call them at (214) 576-0816 (Dallas), (817) 255-2159 (Fort Worth) or (713) 578-3510 (Houston), visit one of our Banking Centers or request more information.
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