Visa Business Check Card with Rewardsbzck321

Simple. Fast. Convenient. The Visa Business Check Card gives you the option to use money from your business checking account without writing a check. You can pay for most expenses such as office supplies, materials, travel and entertainment, and invoices with your Visa Business Check Card. All Visa Business Check Cards are also eligible to participate in the UChoose Reward Program in which qualifying purchases earn 1 point for every 2 dollars spent.

UChoose Rewards

 

You can earn points towards rewards with the Visa Business Check Card from First National Bank of McHenry. Just enroll in  UChoose Rewards and you’ll earn reward points every time you sign for or make a qualifying purchase* with your enrolled Visa Business Check Card. There is no fee for the value added benefit. Collect points for qualifying business purchases you make every day, such as buying office supplies or making online and catalog purchases. Then, redeem your points for rewards, including retail and travel rewards, office products and more. All points are good for 36 months from the date they are posted to your account. Once enrolled, you can track and redeem points online through the easy-to-use UChoose Rewards website. 

* A “Qualifying Purchase” is any signature-based purchase, Internet purchase, phone or mail order purchase, or automatic bill payment made with an enrolled Visa card. You must sign for all in-store purchases you make with an enrolled Visa card in order for such purchases to be deemed Qualifying Purchases; do not use a Personal Identification Number (PIN) when paying for your purchases with your enrolled Visa card if you want to earn points for such purchases. PIN-based purchases, payments of existing card balances, balance transfers, cash advances, ATM transactions, convenience checks, Interlink-processed transactions, fees charged by us, or payments made for items that can be readily converted to cash (for example, Visa gift cards, travelers checks, money orders, wire transfers, and similar products or services) are not Qualifying Purchases.