Everyday and Specialty Cards

by John Stevenson on December 15, 2014

CIBC offers the full suite of business and consumer banking products and investment vehicles. Clients of CIBC choose from mortgage and unsecured loans, credit cards for different credit profiles, and other products.

Retail and Rewards Cards and Added Benefits

Customers can choose from different credit cards that allow purchases in Canadian dollars or U.S. currency. Visa cards go with beneficial features such as signature shopping, roadside dispatch, rewards programs, and other privileges. Some cards by CIBC feature aeroplan and rewards points while others go with Petro points for generous fuel savings. CIBC features handy tools for online bill payment and improved security. Secured cards are also available to international students and Canadians with less-than-perfect credit. The bank also offers retail rewards and travel cards with premium privileges and benefits such as welcome bonuses of 25,000 aeroplan miles, extra miles for purchases at select retailers, and grocery and gas purchases, preferential treatment, and other perks.  Cardholders are offered access to exciting events, weekend getaways, escapes, discounted airfare, and other travel privileges.  Holders also earn extra rewards points at participating inns, hotels, spas, and restaurants and there are no hidden costs or fees. Flights to Europe require between 50,000 and 70,000 air miles. Emergency cash advances and personalized checks are also available.

Rewards

CIBC partners with merchants and hotel chains that offer weekend gateways, tickets for exclusive performances, and travel. Customers who wish to minimize their carbon footprint can choose from a selection of green products such as bags, bamboo sets, organic towel sets, cutting boards, cookware sets, outdoor composters, and a lot more. There are other shopping categories, and customers are free to browse by brand and mileage level. Items such as bamboo kitchen sets and carbon offsets require less than 10,000 aeroplan miles while items such as electric bikes, laptops, and push mowers require 50,000 to 100,000+ points. There are gift cards for long distance calls, entertainment, and coffee breaks. You can also support charities such as Veterinarians without Borders and Engineers without Borders.

Borrowing Solutions for Businesses

Business customers can choose from Visa cards with competitive rates and spending limits of up to $50,000. The Aerogold Visa Card for Business, for instance, features travel privileges by Visa and Air Canada, aeroplan miles, priority boarding, guaranteed reservations, and gift cards. The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce also offers government supported programs, mortgages, franchise financing, and retail lending services.

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Eligibility and Information Required for Students

by John Stevenson on December 3, 2014

The main benefit to holding a student card is better purchasing power. While financial institutions advertise multiple benefits, customers pay foreign purchase transaction, late payment, and other fees. A prepaid card is one alternative, and the main benefit is that interest is not assessed. Banks and unions advertise student credit cards with bonus points on entertainment and dining. Many issuers offer cards to students who are enrolled full-time and are new to credit. Consumers use student cards to pay for meals, tickets, books, and textbooks.

There are other options, one being to apply with an adult cosigner or to obtain a card jointly. Financial institutions also offer cards that are specially designed for students and feature discounts and promos on school supplies. There are banks that feature student cards with cashback on department store and online purchases. Easy approval is advertised by many banks, and students with a score of 600 – 650 qualify. The average credit score is around 670, and students who qualify are offered cashback on gas, restaurant, and other purchases. Some cards feature rotating cashback categories while others feature exclusive experiences. Issuers offer rewards points that can go toward investment tools, cash rebates, and so on.
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These cards are designed for customers enrolled in an university or college. Banks ask about income and outstanding balances to check the applicant’s debt-to-income ratio. Credit rating, assets, and loan balances are the main factors banks look into. Issuers accept applications from graduate and undergraduate students. Financial institutions request employment information such as job type and job category and employment type. To get approved, students are asked to present proof of residence and valid ID.

U.S. Dollar Cards

Depending on their credit rating and profile, students can apply for rewards, no annual fee, and other types of cards. One option is to apply for an U.S. dollar card which is a good choice for extended stays in the States and short trips. These cards allow students to buy textbooks, supplies, and tickets from U.S. stores, airlines, and other retailers. Student cards are often used to pay unexpected expenses, for example, family emergencies, computer breaks, trips to the ER, etc. Students use cards to pay insurance, parking tickets, and other costs.

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Rewards Cards for Business Owners

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Consumer Credit Cards

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Credit Cards for Exclusive Experiences, Promos, and Membership Rewards

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Personal and Business Cards to Get Control of Your Financial Life

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Using a Secured Loan or Credit Card to Rebuild Credit

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Secured loans and credit cards are offered to persons with less-than-perfect credit, and they are easier to obtain. Borrowers with poor credit have a better chance of getting approved for a secured loan if they offer collateral to the lender. Thus, risk is less of a factor. People who apply for a secured credit card […]

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