Welcome to the DMACC OneCard Orientation 2008 Higher

Welcome to the DMACC OneCard Orientation  2008 Higher

Welcome to the DMACC OneCard Orientation 2008 Higher One, Inc. Whats the DMACC OneCard? The key to receiving refunds from DMACC A debit card, NOT a credit card Its connected to the

OneAccount, a free FDIC insured checking account 2008 Higher One, Inc. How Do I Get My DMACC OneCard and What Do I Do When I Get It? Your DMACC OneCard will be mailed to your home address

You can check on the status of your card at www.DMACCOneCard.com. Click Wheres My Card? in the Get Started box Once it arrives, youll want to activate your card & refund preference within 2 business days Activation is done online at www.DMACCOneCard.com 2008 Higher One, Inc. How Do I Activate

My DMACC OneCard? Go to www.DMACCOneCard.com Enter your 16-digit card number in the Get Started section Provide the requested information Select from one of two refund choicesDMACC Recommends Easy

Refund 2008 Higher One, Inc. What Are the Benefits of the OneAccount? Every student at DMACC is pre-approved No minimum balance requirements and no monthly fees Fastest access to refund money Make purchases everywhere MasterCard is accepted Manage school finances separate from other personal

finances FREE account benefits Online banking Withdraw money from any Higher One ATM on campus Transfer money in from an existing bank account Receive money from your family and friends online Send money to other OneAccount holders 2008 Higher One, Inc. Benefits to Parents & Family

Eliminates the need to setup another banking account Send Money online from your account to the OneAccountfast, free & convenient! No more fees for wiring money Peace of mind knowing you can get money to your student in days! The DMACC OneCard is great way for students to control their finances!

2008 Higher One, Inc. On & Off Campus Usage Debit MasterCard is accepted at millions of locations worldwide Higher One ATMs Communication Boxes [FILL IN ADDITIONAL USES ON / OFF CAMPUS] [FILL IN ADDITIONAL USES ON / OFF CAMPUS] [FILL IN ADDITIONAL USES ON / OFF CAMPUS]

2008 Higher One, Inc. OneRewards Use your cardGet rewarded! 2008 Higher One, Inc. Have Addition Questions? Go to LearnAboutOne.com to answer these additional questions that you might have

2008 Higher One, Inc. Thank You! Look for your DMACC OneCard in the mail and remember to activate it! www.DMACCOneCard.com 2008 Higher One, Inc.

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