Please read and agree to the terms below:

Wymar Federal Credit Union reserves the right to determine if a submitted image is acceptable for use. The following are examples of inappropriate image uses that are strictly prohibited:
  • All images must have the consent of the owner including those downloaded from the internet.
  • Images that could be perceived as violent, including hatred or cruelty to humans or animals, profanity, or obscenities.
  • People conducting or involving themselves in criminal or illegal activities, including gambling.
  • Images/content demonstrating the views of anti-social, political or religious groups.
  • Libelous, defamatory, sexually explicit, or other content we deem offensive, including discrimination, "hate speech," or socially unacceptable groups (gangs).
  • Material that could infringe on the copyright or trademark rights of another party, including branded products, including abbreviations, acronyms, logos or related symbols.
  • Any references to the Olympic Games or events.
  • Commercial solicitation or promotional material.
  • Celebrities such as actors, musicians, athletes, or cartoons (Exceptions to this prohibition include permission-based photos of you, your family members or friends photographed with a famous person).
  • Use of addresses, phone numbers, personalized identification numbers and URL addresses
  • Provocative, derogatory or of a sexual content.
  • No naked or semi-naked images of adults or children.
  • Racial/prejudicial or discriminatory subject matter.
For best results, please follow these image file requirements.
  • Image file must be a JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIF, or GIF (*.jpg, *.jpeg, *.png, *.bmp, *.gif, *.tif).
  • The easiest way to tell is by looking at the filename; it should end with '.jpg', '.png', '.tif' or '.gif'. This is usually the case with photos from digital cameras and other devices. Most images are in JPEG format.
  • The dimensions should be at least 840 x 840.
  • If the dimensions are smaller than this, your card image may be produced with "grainy" quality. If the dimensions are greater, the card image will produce with better quality.
  • On Windows: Right-Click > Properties > Summary > Advanced
  • On Mac: Command+I
  • The maximum file size allowed is 7 MB.
  • Most JPEG, PNG, TIF, and GIF images are under this file size limit, including high megapixel digital cameras.
  • Adobe Flash Player Version 9 or later is required to upload images.



What is a MyPic card?
It's just like a normal check or debit card, except that you get to choose the photo or image that appears on the card. There are Image Guidelines, but as long as your image complies with those basic rules, you can create a check card that's unique to you.


Who is eligible for a MyPic card?
Wymar Federal Credit Union debit card holders.


How much does it cost?
Each photo card costs $5.00. Any new, reissued, or replaced card will be charged the fee.


Can I order on my phone?
At this time you cannot order from a phone. If you want to upload an image from your phone you need to transfer the photo to a personal computer via email or zip drive, and upload the image into MyPic from there.


Can my joint account holders design their own cards, too?
Sure. Every card associated with the account can be customized by the individual cardholder. Each card will be charged $5.00.


How often can I change the image on my card?
As often as you like. You will have to pay a $5.00 fee to change your image and have a new card issued.


Does customizing my card change anything about my account, like my PIN number?
No. Your account, your PIN and everything else will remain the same. The only things that would change would be how your card looks and the expiration date since it's based on your card issued date. Once you active the MyPic debit card, your old card will be deactivated.


How does my photo get approved?
Every image submitted is reviewed for compliance with the Image Guidelines.


What if my image isn't accepted?
We'll notify you by email if there's a problem with your image and you'll have the opportunity to submit another photo. In most cases, it may be as simple as selecting an image that isn't trademarked or under copyright.


How do I convert my photo into a digital photo?
You will need to convert your physical photo into a digital photo. If you take a regular photo into a photo processing facility, they may be able to scan the photo for you and put it on a disk. Remember, the image needs to be saved in either .jpeg or .bmp formats.


What size does my digital photo need to be?
Please use an image that is at least 840x840 pixels. Our design service provides a tool to re-size your picture to look the way you want it to.


What can I do to make sure the MyPic debit card turns out as good as possible?
Choose a clear, sharply focused image, preferably taken at a high resolution. You can also use photo editing software to enhance your photo prior to uploading it; however, it isn't required.


How long will it take to receive my picture card?
Your card should arrive in 7-10 business days


What happens when my picture card expires and is re-ssued?
All debit cards, including MyPic cards, expire after 36 months and are automatically reissued. Your MyPic card will be reissued with the same picture unless you go to the website prior to expiration and select a different image. You will be charged $5.00 for the reissued MyPic card. If you decide you no longer want a picture on your debit card, call us at least one month prior to your expiration date. If you go back to a regular debit card you will not be charged $5.00 for reissue.


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