When you pay with your TwinStar Visa® debit card at a check-out counter, you often have a choice between running your card as “debit” or “credit.” What’s the difference?
Your credit score may seem like a personal judgment on your character, but the factors that go into it are actually determined by research and analysis of data about how people use credit. Here are the major factors that go into your score:
Eighty years ago, America was in the grip of the Great Depression. The average house cost a little over $4,000, a gallon of gas cost 10 cents, and a Ford Tudor sedan cost $579. The average yearly wage was $1,780.
Ah, the holidays in the Pacific Northwest—lights sparkling in the rain and the scent of Douglas fir in the air. And, of course, the shopping! The crowds, bright lights, sales, high energy: to some it’s an adventure, to others a dreaded chore.
The situation is becoming all too common: you receive a call while out shopping or perhaps during dinner. You don’t recognize the number, but the person on the line identifies themselves as an employee of your financial institution. They speak urgently—there’s a problem with your account.
The School Supply Drive ended with delivery of hundreds of pounds of school supplies and cash donations to six local elementary schools.
This summer TwinStar ran a Visa credit card promotion that gave our members the opportunity to win $1,000 and donate another $1,000 to a worthy cause.