Credit Cards

Credit Union Mastercard

Everything from day-to-day expenditures to emergency expenses can all be handled with ease thanks to a Credit Union Mastercard from Sudbury Credit Union (and administered by CUETS - CU Electronic Transaction Services).  As an option on most cards, you can earn CHOICE REWARDS® points with every purchase, and they're redeemable for an extensive choice of merchandise or travel credit.
Credit Union Mastercard offers a world of choice, all with varying features and benefits...

  • Platinum Class®
  • Gold
  • Low Fee
  • No Fee CHOICE REWARDS®
  • Student

There are some things money can't buy... for everything else there's Mastercard®.

*Note: Effective August 15, 2012 your Credit Union Mastercard is accepted at more than 28 million locations worldwide, but there are a few places where it is not. When planning trips outside Canada, please be advised that transactions made in Iran, Myanmar (Burma), North Korea and Sudan will be declined.

Protect Your Card From Fraud

Cardholders are reminded to follow these simple steps to further protect themselves from identity theft and fraud:
  • Treat your credit cards like cash. Do not leave them unattended.
  • Sign the back of new cards as soon as you receive them.
  • Shred personal information such as bills, bank statements, and credit card offers before you recycle them.
  • If you have a Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Mastercard credit card, memorize it. Do not write it down or disclose it to anyone, and never leave it in your wallet with your card. When selecting your PIN, do not pick the obvious like your birth date, SIN, or phone number.
  • Keep your Mastercard receipts and check them against your monthly statement to make sure no one else is using your card. Report unauthorized transactions or discrepancies immediately by calling 1-800-LOST-111 (1-800-567-8111).
  • Report lost or stolen cards immediately by calling toll free at 1-800-LOST-111 (1-800-567-8111), or call us collect at 306-566-1276 if you are travelling outside of North America. Most fraudulent use of credit cards occurs within hours of the card being lost or stolen.
  • Do not provide your Mastercard card number over the phone unless you have made the call and you know the company is reputable.
  • Destroy unwanted cards immediately so no one else can use them.
  • Frequently check your credit report so you are aware of any changes or unusual activity. Credit information can be obtained once a year at no charge from Equifax Canada at www.equifax.ca or 1-800-465-7166, or Trans Union Canada at www.transunion.ca or 1-800-663-9980.
 
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