You still have time to transfer high-rate balances and SAVE with rates as low as 3.9% APR*.
Get rid of that high-rate credit card debt! Transfer balances to your First United Visa Card. Now through 9th through April 30th, you can transfer balances from other credit cards at rates as low as 3.9% APR.* There are no fees to make the transfer, and you’ll save with one low monthly payment.
Enjoy up to six months of savings!
On balances you transfer, you’ll save with this low rate until June 30th. Apply online at www.FirstUnitedCU.org, by email at loans@FirstUnitedCU.org or call 866.255.1004.
See your savings add up!
• Transfer Balances at a Low 3.9% APR*
• No Balance Transfer Fee
• Earn Rewards on Purchases (w/ Visa Platinum Rewards Card)
Already a cardholder? Transfer those high-rate balances now!
We’ll help you make the transfer by phone – so you can start saving right away.
How to Transfer
1. Verify your current balance of other credit cards.
2. Request to transfer: Call us, fax your balance information, or complete and mail the online coupon to us.
Remember never to email us your personal information.
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Promotional balance transfer rate effective on balance transfers made January 9 – April 30, 2017. We will begin charging interest on these checks on the transaction date. Balances stay at this rate through your statement ending June 2017. After that, your rate will revert to the standard Retail/Purchase APR as previously disclosed in your cardholder agreement. By signing this form, you authorize the financial institution to pay the item for the amount indicated. Your account must be in good standing, and the financial institution reserves the right to return any item on accounts if your account is either in default, you have exceeded your credit limit, or if the item you wish us to pay would cause the outstanding balance in your account to exceed your credit limit. Rates and terms subject to change without notice. Rewards and/or rebates are not eligible with this offer. Payments made to your account will be applied first to any finance charges/interest and other fees due and then to the unpaid principal balance with the highest APRs. Officer not good on First United card balances.