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Normally, I'd agree with you 100%. However, the only thing you can do with this website is check your balance and the latest activity on your account. Neither the card number nor my social are listed on there. And in order to change anything on the account, you need to call customer service and provide both of those. It's not a bank account, per say, just a payroll deposit account with a debit card attached. If it was anything more, I'd not even consider doing this myself. And in the 4 years I've had the account, the front page hasn't changed, nor have I been asked for anything other than my dob
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