How do you change the Bank Of America Credit card cash pin?
2009-04-05 17:44:14 UTC
I have the Bank Of America Credit card with the standard random cash pin (personal identification number) provided that I wish to change through their online website. I have tried for a long time searching everything on their website but I can't find where I could change the cash pin.

Does anyone know how to change the cash pin for their credit card through the Bank Of America website? I would like to know how to change it to my own personal preference.

Thank you everyone ahead of time for giving me your input & taking time out of your life to help me out. Hopefully in the future I will be able to do the same. Take care everyone.
Six answers:
2009-04-05 18:12:16 UTC
Every time I've changed a PIN on a card I had to do it at the bank with the card in hand. The teller has to run the card through the scanner.
2016-02-12 07:17:41 UTC
change bank america credit card cash pin
2016-03-03 05:50:12 UTC
I suspect BOA will not stop at debit cards, and will eventually extend the fee to everything you do. By next year, you'll probably see fees on almost every activity with them. Look at the number of problems they are in right now: 1. SubPrime mortgage problem 2. Robo Signing Problem 3. Exposure to European debt through CDS and derivatives 4. Laying off staff to cut costs - and usually the best folks are laid off, only the brownnosers remain 5. Facing lawsuits of shareholder fraud from their misrepresentation of Merrill Lynch debt. 6. CEO and top execs still getting multi million bonuses for bringing the stock down by 75%. You really want to stay with a bank like that?
2009-04-05 18:44:04 UTC
You have to go into the bank to change the pin number
The Vindicator
2009-04-05 17:51:03 UTC
Don't think its possible online, I could be wrong.. I would suggest you ask Bank of America over the phone.
2009-04-05 17:59:14 UTC
go into the bank itself and ask for assistance. they have a set-up inside the bank that will allow you to do that.

good luck to ya.

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