Business Credit Cards

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To access your credit card online, visit www.mycardstatement.com.
To track your rewards or redeem your points, register your card at www.cRewardsCard.com.
cRewardsSM Service Center toll-free assistance: 1-800-854-0790
cRewards travel reservations or inquiries: 1-844-470-5666

First Utah Bank business credit cards are a convenient way to pay for everyday business purchases. We offer a great rewards Visa® card with a low $25 annual fee. For more information, contact one of our convenient branch offices today!

What is cRewards? It’s a credit card loyalty program that rewards our Business Credit Cardholder simply for using a First Utah Bank credit card. With every purchase, bonus points are earned to be redeemed for rewards.

–  Cardholders earn one bonus point for every dollar in net retail purchases.
–  Bonus Points may be redeemed for merchandise, rental cars, cruises, hotels and airline travel with fewer restrictions and no blackout dates*.
–  There isn’t a cap to how many bonus points can be earned!
–  Cardholders may redeem their Bonus Points when they have earned sufficient points for the travel or gift award desired – award levels start at 1,000 points.

Ready to get started? Our Business Credit Card Application is available for download.

Have a question? Please click here to send your inquiry to our Business Banking team.

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Travel Accident Insurance – Coverage applies when the entire costs 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.

Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver – To activate coverage, complete the entire rental transaction with your card and decline the collision damage waiver coverage if offered by the rental company. Restrictions apply if you have personal automobile insurance covering this theft or damage.

This card is issued by TCM Bank, N.A. Subject to credit approval.