Is your pin number sent after your debit card?

I signed up with pnc bank a week ago because i needed an account for my new job. I just got my debit card in the mail but i dont have a pin number. My dad says that they will mail the pin a few days after, but can i just take the card and go to the bank myself and get my own pin tomorrow?

Asked By: BugzBunnyyy - 6/11/2012
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Yes they can help you set one up
Answered By: Emmett R - 6/11/2012
Additional Answers (7)
you need to pick your own pin, the bank won't do it for go to the bank or call them up
Answered By: Chrys - 6/11/2012
Yep usually the pin comes after the card Can you answer mine? Thanks :)
Answered By: Steve Typer - 6/11/2012
in uk they send it to you a while after you get your card.
Answered By: martin - 6/11/2012
Policies differ from bank to bank, so you have to ask the bank you're dealing with.
Answered By: WC - 6/11/2012
when you get any card you first need to activate it by calling the number on it then after you activated you will ask them about the pin and after that you will make your own pin i never heard of banks mailing your pin and you are the one who will choose the pin
Answered By: Daneel - 6/11/2012
The PIN usually comes in a separate envelope several days after the card. Most banks allow you to select your own PIN number. Check with your bank.
Answered By: bdancer222 - 6/11/2012
isn't there a sticker on the card that says you have to call the number? did you read the paper that the card came with? for my bank I have to call a number when i get the card to pick my own pin. but if theres no paperwork on what to do you should call your bank tomorrow and ask them what you asked on here. its really... More
Answered By: the little things make me smile - 6/11/2012
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