Debit cards with chip and PIN technology?

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Debit cards with chip and PIN technology?

Postby kelvSYC » Thu Feb 14, 2013 1:30 am

IIRC, in Canada ATMs no longer accept cards without EMV chips. This is important for some since Bank of America debit cards can no longer be used at Scotiabank branches in Canada despite the banking network alliance they have going on.

The question is, do any US banks issue chip and PIN debit cards (or ATM cards) like they are required to do in Canada? (Interac IIRC requires Chip + PIN).
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