If you’re looking for a way to do more for less this holiday season, look no further. Starting October 13th, enjoy a 1.9% APR (Annual Percentage Rate) on purchases and balance transfers 1 for up to 6 months. Thereafter, a variable APR between 11.25% and 18.00%, or a fixed APR between 8.90% and 16.40% will apply.
Make the most of your holiday shopping budget this year by using your HVFCU Visa credit card. You’ll save on interest charges with our special low rate and enjoy peace of mind knowing that all of your purchases are protected by Visa. You can also transfer balances from other higher rate cards with this offer to save even more in 2013!
How it Works
Our special APR of 1.9% will be applied to purchases and new balance transfers from a non-HVFCU source made/posted between October 13, 2012 and January 4, 2013, and will remain in effect through April 30, 2013, giving you extra time to pay off those holiday expenses at a low rate. Thereafter, the APR will revert to the variable or fixed APR in effect as of May 1, 2013, depending on your card type. As of August 25, 2012 rates were 11.25% to 18.00% variable or 8.90% to 16.40% fixed, depending on card type. Cards with variable APRs will vary based on the Prime Rate. Your rate may vary from the current rate stated depending on your card type.
Don’t Wait to Start Saving
Call, come in, or use our balance transfer form to take advantage of this limited time offer.
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1 Total amount transferred may not exceed your available credit limit. Balances must be transferred from other non-HVFCU creditors to be eligible. Please note, a balance transfer will not close your account. Check with your individual creditors to close your accounts. Payments to these accounts should continue until acknowledgement of the transfer is received. Foreign transaction fee is the exchange rate plus 1% of the transaction. HVFCU is not responsible for payments lost or delayed in the mail. Balance transfers are posted as cash advances and will begin accruing interest immediately.