Where Is the Billing Zip Code on a Debit Card?
This blog article gives an explanation of the billing zip code on a debit card and the reasons why it is not always given on a debit card. The article discusses how the process of checking the billing zip code varies from state to state and notes that some banks require additional information to be given when checking this zip code.
What is the Billing Zip Code on a Debit Card?
The billing zip code on a debit card is the last four digits of your bank routing number. It’s used to identify the business that will be receiving payment for any charges you incur while using your card. The billing zip code can be found on the back of your card, next to the account number, and the cardholder’s name.
When is it used?
A debit card is a card used most commonly for making payments. The debit card allows people to withdraw money directly from their checking account. There are also cards that offer incentives or bonuses, such as cashback or airline miles, if you make purchases with your card.
How to find the Billing Zip Code on a Debit Card
Many people are unaware that the Billing Zip Code is located on the back of a debit card. This can be found by looking at the card’s surface or using a magnifying glass.
The billing zip code on a debit card is not a U.S. postal code, but you might find the name of a city in a particular state in the “zip code” field.