Business Credit Card

Business Credit Cards

It's easy to choose the right credit card for your business. First Seacoast Bank is proud to partner with TIB-The Independent BankersBank to offer Business Visa Card, available in two options, the Standard Card with no annual fee or the Preferred Points Card.

Both options include 24-hour toll-free live customer assistance available at 1-800-367-7576 and 24/7 online account information available at: www.cardaccount.net
 

Standard Card

Features and Benefits

  • No annual fee*
  • Low introductory rate for the first six months*
  • Competitive annual percentage rate (APR) after introductory period*
  • 25-day interest-free grace period on all purchases (no grace period on cash advances)
  • Rental car collision damage waiver protection
  • Individual and summary billing options available

Preferred Points Card

Features and Benefits

  • Low annual fee of $49.00 per card
  • Competitive annual percentage rate (APR) after introductory period*
  • 25-day interest-free grace period on all purchases (no grace period on cash advances)
  • Rental car collision damage waiver protection
  • Earn one point for each dollar spent, up to 10,000 points per month
  • Use your Preferred Points Card to earn points that you can redeem for cash-back rewards, retail gift cards, travel, and a wide variety of merchandise
  • To view or redeem rewards points, visit www.mypreferredpoints.com or call 866-678-5191
  • Individual billing option only

To Apply

  • Fill out the electronic application or print a copy and complete in blue or black ink pen. Paper applications are also available at your local branch.
  • Fax the completed application to 603-742-2014, or mail it to:

First Seacoast Bank
Attn: Card Services
633 Central Avenue
Dover, NH 03820

*Other fees may be charged. Please see the application for more information and current annual percentage rate (APR). First Seacoast Bank has partnered with TIB-The Independent BankersBank. All credit applications are underwritten and approved or denied by TIB-The Independent BankersBank.