Debit and credit cards make it quick and convenient to make purchases online, at the corner store, coffee shop, or movie theater. To make your shopping safer, we offer CardValet®.
CardValet is an app-based service that allows you to manage your Seattle Credit Union debit and credit card from your mobile device with just a few swipes. It allows you to:
As a Seattle Credit Union member, CardValet is free for you. Just download the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play store and register your Seattle Credit Union debit and credit cards to take control of your credit and debit spending.
Visit cardvalet.com for more details.
Save on Purchases
If you carry a balance on your credit card, you know that monthly finance charges on purchases can get pretty expensive. You could save hundreds of dollars a year in interest by switching to a Seattle Credit Union VISA credit card as your primary credit card. Whether your credit is spotless or has a few blemishes, Seattle Credit Union offers rates that are lower than most other credit-card providers.
Save When You Transfer Balances
Consolidating your balances to a Seattle Credit Union VISA credit card can lower your interest and allow you to manage your finances in one place. Unlike some of the national credit card companies, Seattle Credit Union doesn’t charge a balance transfer fee. Drop by a branch or log into Online Banking to fill out a simple form and we'll handle all the details. You'll save with Seattle Credit Union's low rate on all balance transfers, plus you'll enjoy the convenience of just one monthly payment. For more information, call our Contact Center at (206) 398-5500 or (800) 334-2489.
Pay No Annual Fee
Because Seattle Credit Union is a credit union, we charge fewer and lower fees than for-profit banks do. The same is true for Seattle Credit Union's VISA. At Seattle Credit Union, you’ll pay no annual fee for one of the best reward credit cards you’ll find anywhere in the Puget Sound. Plus, if you accidentally miss a payment or need to make a cash advance from your card, you’ll pay less than you would with the national card issuers.