Apply for our new debit cards to access ATMs
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Enjoy More Rewards with Our New Debit Cards

Debit card holders can enjoy convenient access and the ability to earn points through our MyStar Rewards program.

In an effort to better serve our members, we are changing our debit card and upgrading to a new, more robust debit card rewards program called MyStar Rewards. Current debit card holders will receive an updated card, and when activated, will be automatically enrolled in our MyStar Rewards program to start earning points.

This new card and MyStar Rewards includes: 

  • Earn points for signature and PIN transactions 
  • New, Debit Card website with 24/7 customer service 
  • Ability to redeem points for travel 
  • And more!

Currently Carrying our ATM Card? Apply for a Debit Card Today! 

After July, we will no longer be renewing ATM cards, and all ATM cards will be deactivated on September 30, 2019. Apply for a debit card for continued access to ATMs, and to start earning with our MyStar Rewards. 

 Apply here

Download Our New Visa App - Coming Soon!

With the new LCFCU Visa App you'll be able to manage your card from anywhere:

  • Sign up for alerts for low balance, card not present and international transactions, ATM withdrawals, and more.  
  • Branch and ATM Locator 
  • Card On/Off
  • And more!

find a free atm / co-op atm network near you

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ONLINE:

Visit co-opnetwork.org today!

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MOBILE APP:

Download our ATM Network

Locator app for the

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TEXT:

Text a street address or zip

code or "City State" to 

91989, (my coop) to find the closest

locations.

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PHONE:

Call 1-888-SITE-COOP (888-748-3266) to locate an

ATM by telephone.

Lost/Stolen Cards

To report a lost or stolen debit card call 800-472-3272.

If you receive a new Visa to replace one that was reported lost or stolen, be sure to contact any merchants who charge your account on a regular basis (such as newspaper subscriptions, gym memberships, etc.) and give them your new expiration date to avoid authorization problems.