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Debit / Credit Cards

 Debit Cards

The MasterMoney™ Debit Card can be used anywhere MasterCard is accepted.
  • The MasterMoney™ card is a debit card and can be used at the ATM.
  • Cards are printed instantly at any of our bank locations (excluding our office on Highway 119)
  • Purchases automatically deducted from your checking account
  • No fee when used at any First State Bank of the Southeast ATM machine
You can receive a debit card today! Please  contact your local office to start the process today.
  

Lost or Stolen Debit Card

If you have a lost or stolen debit card please contact the bank immediately at (800) 248-5950. To report a lost or stolen debit card after hours please call (800) 236-2442, please follow up with the bank the next business day.
 

Fraud

If you expect you are a victim of fraud please contact the bank immediately at (800) 248-5950. To report fraud after hours please call (800) 369-4887, please follow up with the bank the next business day.
 
 

Credit Card

At First State Bank of the Southeast, our industry leading (consumer and business) credit card products offered by Elan Financial Services offer a competitive pricing combined with a full range of reward options - making it easy to select and apply for the card that meets your needs. With the First State Bank Credit Card you the options are endless. 
  • Pay Down Debt
  • Earn Rewards
  • Build Credit
  • Specialty Programs 
 
 

FAQ

What if I don't have a credit history?

You may consider the Young Adult, College Rewards or Secured Visa Card depending on your particular circumstances.
 

What if I have poor credit history?

The secured Visa card was designed to help build or repair credit history.
 

My Credit card is lost or stolen?

If you have a lost or stolen credit card please contact the bank immediately at (800) 248-5950. To report a lost or stolen credit card after hours please call (866) 552-8855, please follow up with the bank the next business day. Verbal notification does not preserve certain rights under law.