Here to help you successfully manage your personal finances
This year has challenged all of us in unprecedented ways. Cardinal responded immediately, by assembling a cross-disciplinary team to evaluate consumer needs, and put temporary hardship assistance programs in place. We advanced technologies to secure assets and provided seamless access to money when and where you needed it most. Working with our Visa credit card partner PSCU, we implemented a free text fraud system alerting individuals via their smartphone, when a credit transaction was believed to be fraudulent.
Cardinal is focused on long-term value creation. Being able to quickly assess and adjust to changing circumstances, allowed us to leverage web-based platforms to deliver safe, contactless service.
On November 16, 2020 we will introduce a new checking account line-up which includes Advantage Checking powered by BaZing: an account with personal protection benefits and tools to help you save on things you purchase every day. The money-saving discounts are numerous and varied: Shopping and dining coupons from local merchants; cell phone protection; roadside assistance; $10,000 travel accidental death insurance; and, $5,000 personal identity theft benefits.
We remain committed to balancing capital returns with investments in innovation. Just by using your Cardinal Credit Card October 1 through November 30, 2020, you will automatically be entered to win $10,000 and the ultimate NFL Gift Box. Don’t have a Cardinal Credit Card? Apply online at CardinalCU.com. Our credit cards offer no cash advance, annual, or balance transfer fees. Our strength lies in our ability to realign strategies, alter procedures to meet exigencies, and shelter members from unnecessary financial risk.
About Cardinal Credit UnionCardinal has subsisted as a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative since 1953. It offers a broad range of banking products including: checking accounts, CDs, credit cards, auto and debt-consolidation loans, mortgages and more.
Cardinal currently services nine Ohio counties, more than 30,000 members, with combined assets of over $254 million.