You can add funds to your debit card with another debit card through an automated teller machine. Your card issuer's ATM is ideal because not all ATMs accept deposits. In order for an ATM to accept a deposit from a card, that ATM has to be part of the same network as your card. You can tell whether they belong to the same network by matching the symbols on the back of the card to those posted on the ATM. Examples of common networks include NYCE, Allpoint, Interlink, Plus and Cirrus.
Go to an ATM associated with the bank that issued the card that you're trying to add the money on. If that's not possible, you can go to any ATM as long as at least one of the symbols on the back of the card matches one of the symbols on the ATM.
Insert the debit card you wish to withdraw money from. Enter your PIN and follow the on-screen instructions to make a withdrawal. Take your money, and when asked if you'd like another transaction, select "No." Take your receipt.
Insert the debit card you wish to deposit the money into. Enter your PIN and follow the on-screen instructions to make a deposit. Deposit your money. Some ATMs provide envelopes for deposits, and others have you place the money into a compartment. The ATM will give you specific instructions on how deposits are handled at that location. When asked if you'd like another transaction, select "No." Take your receipt.