Check/ATM Cards


Adding an extra layer of security to your online shopping, Verified by Visa® helps prevent unauthorized use before it happens.  Every time your Visa debit card is presented to make an online purchase at a participating merchant, your personal password is required.  That means no one else can use your card at participating Verified by Visa merchants without this special authorization.  No special software is required and your enrolled Visa card number will be automatically recognized at checkout.  It’s a great way to bank with confidence! If you choose not to activate your card, you may shop as usual. However, participating merchants will require activation after you use their site several times.

Plus, you are protected with Visa's Zero Liability for unauthorized transactions including U.S. ATM transactions sent over the Visa and PLUS network.

Visa® Check card

More secure than cash, more convenient than checks and accepted at millions of locations worldwide!  Your National Penn check card* reduces the need to keep cash on hand while providing added security against loss or theft.

Use it to pay for purchases at any location that accepts Visa® debit cards including mail order, telephone or online purchases. No more writing checks or waiting for approval.  Just a quick swipe and you’re on your way!

ATM Card

Use it where point of sale (pin-based purchases) are accepted, or at Visa®/Plus® ATM locations worldwide and enjoy the security of an ATM card while using it to make balance inquiries, withdrawals, deposits**, and transfers across checking, statement savings, moneymarket and select line of credit accounts.  A simple monthly fee of $1 per account applies.***

Lost or stolen card? Call us immediately at 1.800.822.3321.

*Requires National Penn checking account

**At ATM locations that accept deposits
***The monthly fee will automatically be deducted from your primary account on the 15th day of the month following the original card opening date.

Certain withdrawals, limitations, cutoff times and funds availability schedules are explained in more detail in the Personal and Business Deposit and Electronic Banking Services Agreement and Disclosure and the Personal Products and Services Fee Disclosure. Other financial institutions may charge a surcharge for use of their ATMs.

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