You will find the log in to your account with NFIB Business MasterCard with WorldPoints Rewards by logging in to their website:
- The log in box is in the upper right corner of the page under login. Click on login and enter your user name and password and login to your account.
- You can register an account by using the above mentioned link, and then click on Register in order to register your account with NFIB Business MasterCard with WorldPoints Rewards.
- You can Apply for an account with NFIB Business MasterCard, by using this link https://www.nfib.com/member-vantage/financial-products-and-services/first-bankcard/ – Then click on APPLY NOW and go with the process online.
NFIB Business Edition Mastercard with Maximum Rewards
First Bankcard is a division of First National Bank of Omaha, a sixth-generation family-owned business that is part of the largest privately owned banking company in the nation, and is also an NFIB member.
NFIB Business Edition Mastercard Features:
No annual fee
Intro APR: 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for the first 9 billing cycles
REWARD POINT BONUS – get 5,000 bonus points after your first purchase
5 points per dollar spent on annual NFIB membership dues
Earn points for all your purchases – there’s no cap on the amount of points you can earn
Take advantage of this offer and see for yourself.
Please see the Summary of Credit Terms for important information on rates, fees, costs, conditions and limitations. https://www.nfib.com/member-vantage/financial-products-and-services/first-bankcard/
An introductory balance transfer fee1 of 4% applies to each balance transfer you make within the first 9 billing cycles (minimum $10). After that, a balance transfer fee of 5% applies to each balance transfer that you make (minimum $10).
You must pay your entire statement balance (including all promotional purchase and balance transfer balances) by the due date each month to avoid being charged interest on new purchases from the date those purchases are made, unless your new purchases are subject to a 0% interest rate.
Last Updated on August 24, 2019