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What is the difference between PIN and passcode?

To keep your account secure, your card PIN is different from your app passcode.

Your card PIN, or personal identification number, is a four-digit code you use when purchasing with your Visa® card. This PIN works like a signature, and it’s used to verify your identity when you use your card. It also helps protect your account against fraud. You may be prompted to enter your card PIN when you purchase with your card or when you withdraw money from an ATM.

Your app passcode is a four-digit password you use to open your MAJORITY account. This passcode is used to prevent anyone other than you from accessing your account. You will be prompted to enter your app passcode very time you open the MAJORITY app.

💡 Tip: enable Touch ID or Face ID to access your MAJORITY account faster.

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