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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by jrjr37, Sep 27, 2003.
I'm referring to the visa/mc debit cards that can be used like a credit card.
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Your best bet is to call your bank. Different banks probably have different rules about this.
At my credit union, I had to add my wife as a joint checking account holder for her to be able to write checks/use a debit card.
I agree...it's like allowing someone else to use your actual checkbook. Probably will have to add them to the acct...but, again, check w/ the bank.
Must be "JOINT" CHECKING to be "JOINT" DEBIT CARD