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EMV and the October 1st Deadline

What is EMV?

EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard, and Visa and is a global standard for credit and debit cards equipped with microchip technology used to authenticate chip card transactions.

Why the transition to EMV?

EMV technology is already utilized worldwide. The United States is in the process of adopting this technology due to regulatory requirements to address security concerns.

Will the October 1st deadline affect me?

No, the October 1, 2015 deadline will not affect members. Merchants will continue to accept non-EMV chip cards. The deadline is really about fraud liability between merchants and card issuers.     

What if I don’t have an EMV card yet?

Not to worry - California Coast is working toward a transition to EMV chip-enabled technology on our credit and debit cards. We anticipate  beginning to issue EMV cards in the first few months of 2016. Currently, only about 30% of US credit and debit cards have EMV chips.

Upcoming Workshops

Our workshops have been a big hit with members! Join us for free, informative financial workshops hosted by California Coast and our partners. You'll gain valuable insight into such topics as long-term care, credit reports and more.

We are committed to helping you understand and manage your financial resources. California Coast provides a variety of complimentary informative financial workshops to help take the guesswork out of planning your finances. View our upcoming schedule here.

Online Banking's New Look

October 20

Cal Coast Online, your online banking service, will be getting a fresh, new look on October 20! It will look more like our website. The colors will have changed, but the functionality will remain the same. There will be no changes to your online banking login—your username and password will remain the same. Check out the new look below!


Important Fraud Alert - Protect Your Security

Please be aware that recent phishing attempts may look like a California Coast Credit Union email. 

It is always a good practice, when reading your email, to check the email “From” address and hover over any links to view the actual web address to verify that they belong to California Coast before clicking through to a website.  

Never share your debit or credit card number, social security number, account number, PIN, password or any other personal financial information through email, text message or a phone call if you do not recognize the initiating caller or email address. 

At California Coast Credit Union, we want to assure you that your personal and financial information is safe and secure. One of our top priorities is to keep information about your accounts private. We utilize a multi-layered defense-in-depth security strategy. 

To learn more about recent scams, click here.

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