Two Great Credit Card Offers to Choose From
Have you received credit card solicitations in the mail and wondered if you were missing out on a good deal? Do you sometimes wonder what’s hidden behind all those perks? Do you need more information about our Double Play Rewards Debit & Credit Mastercards? Read more here!
You have a lot of choices when it comes to credit card offers. It pays to apply for a credit card with someone you can trust. Apply with Genisys Credit Union.
Our Credit Cards are equipped with the latest chip technology for the highest security available.
Learn more about our credit Card security chip technology.
CardNav is Here!
CardNav is a mobile app that gives you control of when and how your cards are used. Identify potential fraud, monitor and control spending instantly, and receive lightening fast alerts - all from the palm of your hand.
Learn more about CardNav and the real-time alerts you can set up.
No Fee Balance Transfer
When you open a Genisys credit card you have a great savings tool in your pocket! You can transfer balances from other higher rate credit cards to your Genisys Mastercard and start saving on interest charges. Plus, there is no transfer fee to move balances to our card.
It's easy! Complete an Online Balance Transfer Request in Online Banking. You can find the form under the "Transfers" tab after you sign into Online Banking. If you prefer you can upload a picture of your credit card statement with your smartphone to our credit card balance transfer form, send it to us and we'll do the rest.
Mastercard® SecureCode™ puts you in control when shopping online by allowing only you to approve purchases using your private SecureCode™. Enroll today!
If you currently have this card, click here for information on your benefits.
- Apply for a credit card online 24/7
- Download an application
- Apply at a branch
- Call a Financial Services Representative at 800-521-8440, ext. 5
FAQs about Credit Cards
- How can a credit card impact my credit score?
- How does Genisys handle Credit and Debit Card Compromises?
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