At First Hawaiian Bank, we've made it easier to use your checking account for all of your payments. With a First Hawaiian Bank Debit Card, you can withdraw cash from your checking account, and you can make payments without the hassle of writing checks.
Your Debit Card can help you:
- Avoid overspending. All purchase amounts are automatically deducted from your checking account.
- Keep track of your money. All purchases are listed on your monthly statement, showing you the purchase amount and the merchant's name.
- Access cash easily. Get cash anytime at ATMs worldwide displaying the or symbols.
Standard Debit Card
A straightforward, practical debit card. Use your Standard Debit Card to make purchases quickly and easily. Your card also comes with special Mastercard® benefits, such as Mastercard ID Theft ProtectionTM and Mastercard Global ServiceTM.
Complete Checking Debit Mastercard®
Get more for your money with a First Hawaiian Bank Complete Checking Debit Mastercard. It offers all the convenience of a Standard Debit Card, plus additional benefits,3 such as Cell Phone Protection Coverage4,5, Travel Benefits5,6, Credit Monitoring and ID Theft Protection7, and free access to your Experian® VantageScore® 8 once a month.
1 First Hawaiian Bank supports Apple Pay®, Samsung Pay, and Google PayTM, which are registered trademarks of Apple Inc., Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., and Google Inc., respectively. Learn more.
2 Terms, conditions, and exclusions apply. To learn more about Mastercard Zero Liability, visit mastercard.us/zeroliability.
3 Please refer to the Deposit Account Rules and Regulations, fee schedule and any other agreements you received when you opened your Complete Checking Account for additional details about your checking accounts. The benefits mentioned above are only offered on or with your Complete Checking Debit Mastercard ("Debit Card"). Additional restrictions apply. Please review your Guide to Benefits for detailed information. The benefits include cellphone or other types of insurance that require use of the Debit Card. Registration at www.fhb.com/completedebit is required for certain benefits (credit score, credit monitoring and activity alerts, additional ID monitoring and ID theft – family coverage, etc.). First Hawaiian Bank and Mastercard reserve the right to cancel or change the benefits at any time without prior notice. If your Complete Checking Account and/or Debit Card is cancelled or closed for any reason, access to the benefits may be terminated at any time without notice.
4 Customers are eligible to file claims only if they pay their monthly cell phone bill with their Complete Checking Debit Mastercard. Coverage takes effect from the first day of the calendar month following the payment of their bill. Subject to limits, exclusions, and conditions. See your Guide to Benefits.
5 To file a claim, call 1-800-Mastercard or go to www.mycardbenefits.com. Subject to limits, exclusions, and conditions. Please refer to your Guide to Benefits for more information.
6 Trip Cancellation and Trip Interruption Coverage, Worldwide Automatic Travel Accident, Baggage Delay, and Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance, and Retail Protection Benefits are only available for purchases that are made entirely with a customer's Complete Checking Debit Mastercard. Master RoadAssist® Roadside Service is only available to cardholders while traveling in the 50 United States and the District of Columbia. Subject to limits, exclusions, and conditions. See your Guide to Benefits.
7 Credit Monitoring and ID Theft Protection benefits require customers to register at www.fhb.com/completedebit.
8 Experian® VantageScore® is a consumer credit-scoring model that was created by the three major credit bureaus: Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion. It is a different scoring model from that created by the Fair Isaac Corporation, which produces a credit score commonly known as a FICO score. Although both scoring models take customers' credit history and credit activity into account when generating scores, VantageScore and FICO treat certain factors differently, and may subsequently produce different credit scores for the same person. Having a high VantageScore does not indicate that someone has a high FICO score. First Hawaiian Bank uses customers' FICO scores to determine their credit-worthiness.