Commerce Bank MasterCard® Debit Card
The Commerce Bank MasterCard® Debit Card works just like a check and is safer than carrying cash, making it the fastest and most convenient way to pay.
Commerce Bank is a member of the SUM Network. We have joined forces with 475 other financial institutions giving you access to more than 2,500 ATMs throughout New England. You can use any of these ATMs without paying a terminal owner fee*. View a list of participating institutions here.
If you do not have a Commerce Bank checking account, visit one of our branches to apply for an account.
For an existing account with no debit card, apply for a Commerce Bank MasterCard® Debit Card now!
You can use your Commerce Bank MasterCard® Debit card to withdraw cash or make PIN based point-of-sale purchases* through the NYCE® network of up to $500 a day or the available balance of your checking or money market** account, whichever is less.
You can use your Commerce Bank MasterCard® Debit card anywhere MasterCard® debit cards are accepted to make signature-based purchases of up to $2,500 a day or the available balance of your checking or money market** account, whichever is less.
Your combined daily withdrawal limit from your account is $3,000 or the available balance of your checking or money market account, whichever is less.
Most of our ATM locations accept deposits. View our ATM locations here.
You can transfer money between accounts accessed through your ATM card, up to the available balance in your account.
Lost or Stolen Card
To report your card lost or stolen during business hours, please call (508) 797-6838 or (508) 797-6833. Business hours are Monday - Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM..
After business hours or on weekends and holidays, please call (800) 500-1044 to report your card lost or stolen.
* Commerce Bank is not responsible for surcharges imposed at non-SUM Network ATMs. ATM point-of-sale fees may apply. Consult a Commerce Bank fee schedule or speak with a personal banker for details.
** Some Commerce Bank checking, savings, and money market accounts have transaction limits.