Visa® Credit Card

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Great Low Rate

Great Low Rate

13.00% - 18.00% Variable APR1 applies to purchases and balance transfers.2 See Pricing and Terms for details.

No Annual Fee

No Annual Fee

Pay no annual fee and keep more money in your pocket to spend how you want.

Balance Transfers

Balance Transfers

Transfer your high interest loan and credit card balances with no balance transfer fees.2

Primary Features

The "tap to pay" feature on your contactless card allows you to make payments with participating merchants at contactless-enabled checkout terminals.

Pay off your high interest loans and credit card balances from other institutions by transferring your balance to your SECU Visa Credit Card with no balance transfer fee.2

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Members must be 18 years of age or older or otherwise eligible for lending services to apply. New lending is limited to residents of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia.

1 APR = Annual Percentage Rate. APR is your cost over the loan term expressed as a rate. The variable APR for purchases and balance transfers equals the U.S. Prime Rate plus a margin of between 4.50% and 9.50%, based on your creditworthiness at account opening. The variable APR is subject to change, with the U.S. Prime Rate, as published in The Wall Street Journal on the first day of your billing period that begins in January, April, July and October. Cash Advances have a fixed APR of 18.00%. The APR will not exceed the maximum permitted by applicable law.
2 Interest begins to accrue on purchases and balance transfers from the day the transaction is added to the daily balance and continues to accrue until the total amount owed is paid. You can avoid paying interest on purchases and balance transfers if you pay the entire balance for the prior billing cycle by the payment due date in the current billing cycle. You cannot avoid paying interest on cash advances.
3 Credit line increases are permitted for existing credit cards regardless of the state in which you reside.