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Crime Alert | Pay at the Pump Restricted Transactions
Many card issuers, including First Minnetonka City Bank, have experienced reports from cardholders of fraudulent transactions from “pay at the pump” purchases. Because of this, we have temporarily restricted those transactions in areas where high fraud has occurred.
If you use your First Minnetonka City Bank debit card to pay for fuel at the pump and your transaction is denied, please be aware that you can have your fuel purchase authorized by using the card inside the store.
While it is a convenience to use a card to pay at the pump for purchases, this is a current place for fraud to occur. We will update this notice when we can release this restriction.
As always, it is a good idea to monitor your account activity. Our mobile banking app offers you the ability to control your debit card and usage with our CardValet service.
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