Log in to your UNFCU (United Nations Federal Credit Union) Classic Credit Card Account

You will find the log in to your account with UNFCU (United Nations Federal Credit Union) Classic Credit Card by logging in to their website  https://www.unfcu.org/home/  – The log in box is in the upper right corner of the site under login, enter your user name and password and login to your account.  

You can register an account, it is from the login box, click on login upper right corner and then click on Enroll and have your account registered with UNFCU (United Nations Federal Credit Union) Classic Credit Card.

OR to apply please visit this link https://www.unfcu.org/debit-card/?utm_source=HPMB&utm_medium=BANR&utm_content=LRNM&utm_campaign=CARD_201802_Q1_DEBITCARD  – where you will fin the apply today (pdf) icon, click on on it, fill the firm and submit it online and it won’t take long to receive the approval.

Log in to your UNFCU (United Nations Federal Credit Union) Classic Credit Card Account

Debit Card
Withdraw cash from ATMs worldwide and make secure purchases with a UNFCU Visa® debit card. You can also make deposits to your UNFCU accounts using UNFCU ATMs in the US.

Benefits include:
No fees when used at participating ATMs in the US.
Contactless payments with your card.
The ability to change your PIN quickly and easily.
Rebates on ATM and foreign transaction fees when you qualify for Member Loyalty Rewards.

the difference between a credit card and a debit card
Your debit card is linked to your checking or savings account. Each time you use your debit card, the amount is deducted from your account.

Your credit card is not linked to your accounts. When you use your credit card, you borrow the money to pay for your purchase. There is a maximum amount you can owe on your credit card at any one time. This maximum is your credit limit. Each month, you need to make a minimum payment by a due date. You may repay the amount you borrowed in full. You may also choose to pay less than the full amount. You will pay interest on any amount you still owe after the due date. Every credit card payment you make replenishes your available credit.

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