Security Service Federal Credit Union Classic Credit Card Review | CreditShout

Security Service Federal Credit Union Classic Credit Card Review

By Dan Rafter / October 28, 2011

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The Verdict: Members of Security Service Federal Credit Union — the eighth largest credit union in the United States — can take advantage of the Security Service Classic Credit Card. That’s a good decision: The Security Credit Union Classic Visa credit card comes with a low purchase interest rate that makes it an ideal card for consumers who regularly carry balances.

Overview: The Security Service Classic Credit Card is not a rewards card. However, with its low fees and interest rates, it’s definitely a solid standard card, one that would be a good fit for any consumer’s wallet.

How This Card Works: Because this is a standard credit card, you won’t earn points or cash back when you use it to make purchases. It’s a card worth considering, though, if you struggle to pay off your credit-card balances each month. With the low interest rate attached to this card, your credit-card debt won’t grow as quickly each month.

Travel & Shopping Benefits: The main benefit that comes with this card is it low purchase interest rates.

Fees: The Security Service Credit Union Classic credit card comes with a purchase interest rate of 9.75 percent, far below what you’ll find with most mainstream consumer credit cards. There is no annual fee with this card. The card also does not charge a cash-advance fee.

Pros:

  • No annual fee.
  • Low purchase interest rate.
  • No cash-advance fee.

Cons:

  • No rewards program.
  • Must be member of Security Service Credit Union to apply for card.
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