PNCPayCard.com Login Guide
- Access and manage PNC card account online
- Requires the card account number
- Visit www.pncpaycard.com to sign in to your account.
Those who have not yet activated the Online Service must do so before they can use the card to make purchases.
All PNC prepaid cards are issued by the famous PNC Bank and are Member FDIC. It should be noted that anyone attempting to report a lost or stolen PNC card should dial 1-866-453-5071 ASAP so a new one may be delivered to the customer.
How do I check my balance on my PNC card?
You can check your PNC card account balance by calling the customer service department at 1-888-762-2265 or signing in to your account at PNCpaycard.com. You can also check your balance through mobile banking and from the app.
PNC Card Notes
- Customers can sign up for balance notices via email or text message
- Text alerts are available on a daily or weekly basis. You choose the frequency
- Simple, accessible, and easy way to keep track of the funds in a PNC Pay Card account
- Members can receive up to 36 months of historical statements online and monitor spending habits over time
Members can obtain cash back on purchases by getting cash at the checkout instead of making a separate trip to the ATM. To get cash back while checking out, select the “Debit” option and enter the PNC Card PIN number. So, for example, if a PNC Card customer buys some beef jerky at Walgreens and wants $20 back, please select the debit option on the pad and request cash back.
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PNC Financial Services Group Business Lore
- Diversified financial service firm with more than 2500 branches
- A component of the S&P 500
- Major holders of PNC stock include the Wellington Management Company, State Street Corporation, and the Bank of New York Mellon Corporation.
- Considered the 6th largest bank in the US (in terms of bank deposits)
- Headquartered at One PNC Plaza, 249 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
This legendary financial institution dates back to the mid-1840s when Pittsburgh attempted to recover from the GREAT DEPRESSION (it was known as the Pittsburgh Trust and Savings Company at the time).