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New Resource introduces new credit card program

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New Resource Bank

New Resource Bank has created a new credit card program to meet the growing needs of both business and personal banking customers. Through a partnership with Elan, the bank now offers a wider variety of credit card options, including one exclusively for nonprofits. 

Small businesses can choose from three cards: the Visa Business Bonus Rewards, the Business Bonus Rewards Plus, and the Visa Business Card with a 0 percent introductory rate for the first 12 billing cycles. 

Other enterprise options are:

Visa Signature Business Company Card: This card for midsized corporations provides a large credit line and a rewards program.

Elan One Card: This credit option helps clients gain more control and increase efficiency by merging many cards into one—one card issuer, one process and one invoice. Clients can manage where cards are used and receive $100,000 protection against each instance of employee misuse.

CommUNITY Card: This card for nonprofits offers a credit limit up to $250,000 with no annual fee. Nonprofits and municipalities established for at least two years are eligible to apply.

Application information for basic cards is available within online banking, in the Services section; contact your banker to learn more about the Visa Signature Card, the Elan One Card and the CommUNITY Card.

Personal credit cards

Personal-banking customers have five new credit card options. The Visa Signature Bonus Rewards card and the Visa Signature Bonus Rewards Plus Card offer unlimited reward points and cash back on the first purchase. The Visa Platinum Card offers a low introductory rate. New Resource also offers the College Rewards Visa Card with no annual fee and the Secured Visa Card, with a small annual fee, for customers interested in building a credit history.

Information on all these cards is available within online banking, in the Services section.

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