2010 Credit Card Fees Study » Survey results » Affinity FCU ClassicAffinity FCU ClassicAPR fixed/variableAnnual feeOverlimit feeLate feeInactivity feeVariable$0$0$25$0Service fees:Returned payment/check: $25Other payment fee: $0Stop payment (convenience check): $10Statement copy: $3/pageOverdraft: Regular Cash Advance APR (no cash advance fee)Card replacement: $0 for first, $5 starting with the second.Inactivity: $0Select a credit card:Banks ---------------------------------------Blue from American ExpressClear from American ExpressBank of America BankAmericard PlatinumBBVA Compass PlatinumCapital One Classic PlatinumCapital One PlatinumChase PlatinumCitibank Platinum SelectColumbus Bank & Trust PlatinumDiscover MoreFifth Third Bank PlatinumFirst Hawaiian Bank ClassicFNB Omaha PlatinumFirst PREMIER Bank Centennial CardFirst Tennessee Bank ClassicFirst-Citizens B&T ClassicFirstMerit Corp ClassicHSBC PlatinumIntrust Bank PlatinumM&I Marshall PlatinumMichigan State StandardNational City PlatinumRBS Citizens Bank PlatinumSimmons First National Bank ClassicState Farm Bank ClassicUS Bank PlatinumUMB Bank PlatinumWells Fargo Platinum Credit Unions -------------------------------Affinity FCU ClassicAmerica First CU Classic (No annual fee)America First CU ClassicArizona FCU PlatinumBaxter (BCU) PlatinumBECU (Boeing Employees) ClassicDigital FCU ClassicNavy FCU PlatinumPATELCO CU ClassicPenn State Employeees CU PlatinumPentagon FCU StandardRedstone FCU ClassicSan Diego County CU ClassicSecurity Services FCU ClassicState Employees FCU ClassicSuncoast Schools CU ClassicVirginia Credit Union PlatinumVyStar CU ClassicWescom CU Platinum<< Back to the 2010 Credit Card Fees Survey results pageadvertisementRelated Links:5 ways to save money on summer vacationThe pros and cons of travel rewards cardsNational credit card rates for March 31, 2011Related Articles:Credit card ratesTax bill options6 travel scams to avoid
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