Mastermoney® Debit Card
Apply today for your Chesapeake Bank of Maryland MasterMoney® Debit Card. You can use your card to access cash at any ATM or shop at any location displaying the MasterCard® symbol. You can use your MasterMoney® Card at stores, restaurants, when shopping by phone or online, at gas stations, and more. Best of all, your MasterMoney® Debit Card is FREE. There is no annual fee and no usage fee. Remember to look for the MoneyPass logo to access thousands of surcharge free ATMs nationwide.
Get account information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling Chesapeake Bank-By-Phone. Check your balance, review recent transactions, transfer funds and MORE!
Our toll free number makes it convenient to do your banking even when you are out of town.
Lost or Stolen Debit Card or ATM Card
To report a lost or stolen Debit Card or ATM card, please call: 1-800-554-8969.
Visa Credit Cards
At Chesapeake Bank of Maryland, our industry leading consumer and business credit card products offer competitive pricing combined with a full range of reward options – making it easy to select and apply for the card that meets your needs.
For the most convenient way to bank, sign up for Direct Deposit. You never have to worry about getting to the branch on time, or about checks being lost or stolen. You can have your Payroll, Retirement Benefit, Social Security or any recurring payment sent directly to Chesapeake Bank of Maryland. Your funds are available immediately, no waiting for your checks to clear and no waiting in line to make a deposit. Sign up today, it’s FREE and EASY!
Make banking even easier. At Chesapeake Bank of Maryland, we offer the convenience of “Totalmatic”, an electronic funds transfer service that can make loan payments or savings deposits automatically.
Regulation CC changes are here
As of July 1, 2020, your financial institution is required to provide $225 for next day availability for all instances where it was required to provide a minimum of $100 ($200). In addition, the $5,000 availability requirements for holds on new accounts, large deposits, and repeat overdrafts has increased to $5,525. The last dollar adjustment for check holds is the amount required to be released for payment of cash or other similar means if your institution discloses and extends the amount available for withdrawal by one business day. The amount that must be available in this instance increases from $400 to $450. The final rule also established a timetable for future adjustments with the next adjustment expected on July 1, 2025 and continuing every fifth year thereafter. The adjustments will be based on increases in the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W) and rounded to the nearest multiple of $25.