Municipal VISA | Pittsfield Cooperative Bank

VISA Municipal
Credit Cards




Easily manage expenses and cash flow.

Add breathing room to your municipality’s budget and earn rewards. Our Visa Charge Card offers Berkshire governments, utility authorities, and schools convenience and worldwide acceptance.  

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VISA Charge Card
Key benefits

Designed for Berkshire municipalities that pay their bills on time.

Annual Fee None 
New cardmember offer Pay-in-full account**
Rewards One point per dollar on net purchases. Redeemable for merchandise (electronics, jewelry), rental cars, hotels, and airline travel.

Reward points that don’t expire. No cap on how many points can be earned. Hundreds of merchandise options. Airline tickets good on any airline with no blackout dates.

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Employee cards at no extra cost
Transaction Reporting
Credit Line Sharing
Consolidated Statements
Fraud Monitoring & Zero Fraud Liability for Confirmed Fraud Cases
24/7 U.S.-based customer service
Cell Phone Protection
Real-time Email and Text Fraud Alerts
Chip Card Security
Free FICO® Credit Score
Mobile Payments
VISA Checkout
Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver
Free Travel Accident Insurance1 ($150,000)

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*See the card application’s Important Disclosures for current terms, rates, and fees.  **See the card application’s Terms and Conditions for current terms, rate, and fees.
1 Coverage applies when the entire cost of the fare (less redeemable certificates, vouchers, or coupons) has been charged to the card. Your account must be in good standing. Restrictions to coverage may apply.
This card is issued by TCM Bank, N.A. Subject to credit approval. 


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