Apply for a Mastercard
Apply today to take advantage of the many benefits of holding a Mastercard with CPFCU.
You can access your complete Mastercard information with Mastercard Online. Log in directly, or use our single sign on capability and access your Mastercard account from Online Banking.
Cedar Point offers a Mastercard for almost every purpose, from our Platinum Card, to a Credit Builder Card, to our Classic Student Mastercard with a limited credit line for first time users.
No Annual Fee • No Penalty Rate
Payments are Easy
See below for a number of easy ways that you can pay your Mastercard bill.
Transfer funds in your Online Banking account
Transfer funds using your mobile app.
Stop by a branch office and we can help you transfer the funds.
Mail your payment:
P.O. Box 2711
Omaha, NE 68103-2711
Give us a call and we'll transfer the funds for you.
Report a lost or stolen card
When a card becomes compromised, it is extremely important to block the card as soon as possible to prevent Fraud. Click the link below to register your card for added protection for online purchases.
All rates are subject to change and will vary with the market based on the prime rate. Rate information is as accurate as possible, however, please contact the credit union to verify current rates or if you would like a disclosure mailed to you.
Click below to download the World Mastercard Cardholder Benefits Guide. The guide contains detailed information about extensive travel, insurance, and retail protection services you can access as a preferred cardholder.
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