Credit Cards

Credit cards are convenient, flexible, and offer many perks. In fact, there are many benefits of having a credit card over other methods of payment,. And while they have a bad reputation for getting people into debt, but when used responsibly;, credit cards are an empowering financial tool. First and foremost, by wielding your credit card wisely, you can extract more value from your money. This is not possible with a debit card or cash.
Would you like lower payments and low or no fees? How about enjoying quality service, too? Then see what Mission Fed can do for you! Over 230,000 customers like what we do for them and our local community. Find out what they already know—that as the largest, locally based financial institution exclusively serving San Diego County, we have the home-field advantage—and that means great benefits. Try out a local favorite in banking today.
When you’re first exploring credit union loans, check out Mission Fed, because your success is our bottom line. We can help you choose the right loan for you and your budget. When it’s time to apply for a credit union home loan, car loan or other loans, you can count on our knowledgeable representatives to help you every step of the way. Find out how our competitive rates and personalized customer service can help you reach your financial goals.
Credit cards are extremely helpful for building credit if you use them wisely and make sure to pay them off quickly. Getting a credit union credit card can help you build credit while saving you money with lower APR rates, fewer fees and better rewards.
In 2018, credit union technology allows you to access cash in exciting new ways. Person-to-person payments are becoming more and more popular, while cardless ATM technology is being developed by ATM providers. Want to earn cash on money you’re already spending? Make sure you enroll in your Mission Fed Credit Card in Mission Rewards, where you can earn points and redeem them for cash back, travel, gift cards and more! Learn more about the benefits of banking at a credit union today.
There are a few ways you can improve your credit score. Start with a solid budget to begin repayment and make timely, consistent payments. Keep your spending in check with a secured credit card and a debt-to-credit ratio of 30 percent or less. With a little time and determination, you can rebuild your credit and bring your credit score up, which will help you make larger purchases later.
A great deal of responsibility comes with getting your first credit card, so learn how to use your new credit card properly and keep your credit history on the right track. Keep your credit score looking good by following these first credit card tips.
The holiday season is here and we have some tips to help you with your finances. First, plan and stick to a holiday budget. Second, make sure your savings is making money for you by opening the right type of Savings Account. And third, don’t stress about going over budget; keep calm and enjoy the season.
If you’re looking to apply for your first Credit Card, your next Credit Card, a backup Credit Card or you want to transfer your balance from one card to another, Mission Fed has the right Credit Card for you. With the Mission Fed Platinum Credit Card, you can be confident that you have a credit union credit card that benefits you. Plus, you’ll earn 1 point for every $1 on qualified transactions when you enroll for Mission Rewards.
Have you found yourself asking, “How do I get some control over my debt?” There isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer to this question. Fortunately, there are many ways to build a solution that will work with your needs. Read our Live Smart-Bank Smart Blog to learn how!

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