How To Get A Venmo Debit Card (All You Need To Know)

As Venmo expands its features and grows into one of the largest and most successful money-transfer apps out there, many people are becoming more interested in the Venmo Debit Card. 

The debit card allows you to make payments using your Venmo balance at virtually any business that accepts debit cards. It’s an innovative payment method, but first you have to get the card. So how can you get your own Venmo card? This article will tell you how!

How Do I Get a Venmo Debit Card?

You can apply for a Venmo Debit Card in the Venmo app by tapping the cards tab and looking under Venmo Debit Card. There you can apply for the card. Venmo will need to confirm some of your personal information before you can be approved for the debit card. This information may include customer identification like your SSN in 2022.

Your Venmo Debit Card is a useful tool in a world where virtual wallets and payment apps are growing in popularity, so keep reading to learn more about it!

Is the Venmo Debit Card Free?

The Venmo Debit Card is free. It doesn’t cost anything to order one, and there are no fees attached when you make payments using your Venmo card. 

Keep in mind, though, that withdrawing cash from your Venmo account using the Venmo Debit Card will cost you a $2.50 ATM fee, unless you go to a MoneyPass ATM. 

Why Won’t Venmo Give Me a Debit Card?

Although Venmo Debit Cards are available to most Venmo users, there is a disclaimer stating that some users may not have access to the application yet. 

Venmo’s team is working hard to make the Venmo debit card available to everyone, so if you’re getting a message that says “get in line,” just hang tight; you’ll likely be able to apply soon. 

Meanwhile, make sure to verify your phone number if you haven’t already. 

How Long Does It Take to Get a Venmo Card?

Once your Venmo Debit Card is approved, you should receive your card in the mail within 10 business days. If 10 days pass and it hasn’t arrived, contact Venmo’s customer support. 

You can call them at (855) 812-4430, use the chatbot on the Venmo app, or fill out a request form at the help center. 

What Bank Does Venmo Debit Use?

What Bank Does Venmo Debit Use?

Venmo’s debit card is issued by The Bancorp Bank, and also runs on Mastercard’s system. 

The Bancorp bank specializes in supporting the payments and banking needs of companies that are non-banks. 

The bank company is run Wilmington, DE, and is responsible for more than 150 million active cards. 

Can I Withdraw Money From My Venmo Debit Card?

If you would like to withdraw cash from your Venmo balance using your Venmo card, you can do so at an ATM or bank. 

However, keep in mind that there is a $2.50 withdrawal fee at most ATMs and a $3.00 over the counter withdrawal fee if you have to sign your name. 

Can I Use My Venmo Debit Card Anywhere?

Your Venmo Debit Card can be used anywhere that Mastercard is accepted. This means that your card can be used to make purchases virtually anywhere. 

Keep in mind, though, that your Venmo account and card can only be used within the US, and can’t be used for online vendors that operate outside the United States. 

Do Venmo Cards Have a Pin?

Your Venmo Debit Card does have a PIN, which you can set up during your card activation. 

However, if you forget your card PIN, you can reset it in the Venmo app by going to Settings > Venmo Debit Card. 

What Colors Are There for Venmo Cards?

When you apply for a Venmo Debit Card, you will have the option to pick from several colors for your new card. The choices are white, black, yellow, green, blue, pink, and rainbow.

To know more, you can also read our posts on whether you can Venmo yourself, whether Venmo payments can be reversed, and what gas stations accept Venmo.

Conclusion

Applying for a Venmo Debit Card is easy and almost every user is currently eligible to get one. Follow the steps under Cards > Venmo Debit Card in the official app to get started. 

Once you have your Venmo Debit Card, you can use it virtually anywhere in the United States to make purchases. It’s run under Mastercard debit, so the card will work anywhere that Mastercard is accepted. 

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Florence Howard

Florence Howard has been freelance writing for over a decade, and has a vocational background in retail, tech, and marketing. Outside of work, she enjoys listening to rock and metal, and playing with her dog and cat.

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