MasterCard® Debit Card
Use your MasterCard® debit card to pay for purchases directly from your checking account. The card works just like a check, only there is no checkbook to carry, no check to write, no ID to show and no waiting for approval. You’re in and out of stores in no time – just enter your PIN (or sign) and go!
You also have access to thousands of ATM locations across the country, displaying the Cirrus®, MoneyPass, SUMSM or NYCE® logos. You may use your ATM card at any location that bears the SUM logo without incurring a surcharge.*
*You may access ATMs bearing the SUM and/or MoneyPass logos without incurring a surcharge by the owner of the ATM. Non-SUM and Non-MoneyPass ATM owners may charge for use. Haverhill Bank fees may apply. Refer to Comsumer Banking Schedule of Charges for details.
MasterCard® and the MasterCard Brand Mark are trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated.
ATM/Debit card transactions that originate out of the country are generally allowed with the exception of the following countries:Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cote D’Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Korea, Liberia, Malaysia, Macedonia, Mexico, Myanmar, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Romania, Russia, Serbia & Montenegro, Slovenia, Spain, Sudan, Syria and Turkey. Please be aware that at any time Haverhill Bank may find it necessary to add countries to this list. The bank will make every effort to post a current list of blocked countries on our website or you may call us at (978) 374-0161. Based on fraud trends, certain blocks may be enabled that are specific to a region or merchant or might result in reduced card limits or restricted purchase types (PIN vs. signature). Haverhill Bank makes every effort to notify potentially affected cardholders in advance but is not always able to do so. Due to increases in fraudulent activity it is important to be cautious. Remember that Haverhill Bank will never ask you for your PIN and neither should any legitimate business. Also, when traveling, you should not rely solely on your ATM/Debit Card. You should always have an alternate form of payment available for use.