lost or stolen cards

report a VISA® check card as lost or stolen

If your Visa® Check Card becomes lost or stolen, you must contact us immediately. To do so:

During Normal Business Hours

  • Call our contact center at 800-562-6049 and press 0.
  • A representative will close your card and issue a new one to be mailed to your home address.
After Business Hours
  • Contact our card processor at 800-543-5073 to report your card lost/stolen.
  • A representative will disable your card immediately and direct you to contact the credit union to have a new card issued

report your VISA® credit card as lost or stolen

If your Visa® Credit Card is lost or stolen, contact our card processor at 800-543-5073. A representative will disable your card immediately and a new card will be issued to your home address. 

* Calling this number will allow your card to be disabled immediately. Contacting us first puts more time between your notification and the time your card is actually disabled.

also see:  contact; report suspicious activity; locations & hours; teller-phone



Service 1st Federal Credit Union, 1985 Montour Blvd., PO BOX 159, Danville, PA 17821. Your savings federally insured to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government - National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U.S. Government Agency.

Service 1st Federal Credit Union routing number: 231387602.

*APR denotes Annual Percentage Rate and APY denotes Annual Percentage Yield. Click here or call us at 800.562.6049 for more information regarding current rates, terms and conditions. All Credit Union loan and deposit programs, rates, terms and conditions are subject to change at any time without notice.

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