Source: Chase.com as of July 14, 2017
Absolutely. If you are traveling, please contact our Account Services Team with your travel dates and destinations. We will place a note on your cards alerting our Fraud Center that you are traveling. This will lift out-of-state/out-of-country restrictions so that you can use your Louisiana FCU credit card with zero issues.
Nope. We aren’t sneaky like that. We do want you to know that after your six month introductory period, the prevailing APR will be applied to your outstanding credit card balance. In short, you won’t accrue interest until 180 days after you open your credit card account.
*The Introductory Annual Percentage Rate (APR) for purchases, balance transfers and cash advances will apply to transactions posted to your account during the first 180 days following the opening of your account. Any existing balances on Louisiana FCU loans or credit cards are not eligible for the Introductory APR for balance transfers. This offer does not apply to business, student and secured credit cards.