Safety & Security


What's the difference between PIN and passcode?

You have two sets of important numbers to remember: the card PIN and the app passcode.

The card PIN, or personal identification number, is a four-digit code you use to verify that you’re the owner of your MAJORITY card. Like a signature, it’s used to verify your identity and helps protect you against fraud. You may be required to use this code for a cash withdrawal at an ATM and when purchasing with your MAJORITY card.

The app passcode is a four-digit code used as a password to gain access to the MAJORITY app. Every time you return to the app, you’ll be prompted to add your passcode.

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