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HOPE Credit Cards

Sometimes, having all the cash you need to pay for a big-ticket item all at once just isn’t practical. A HOPE Visa card gives the option of paying for purchases over time without the pitfalls you'll find with other credit card providers: outrageous interest rates and lots of hidden or excessive fees.1

Accepted worldwide, HOPE Platinum and Platinum Rewards2 Visa3 credit cards can save you money and make it easy to make the purchases you need.

Platinum Visa Application

Applying is easy.

  • Apply for your credit card online! (It’s quick and easy to do.)
  • You can also visit your nearest branch and they will walk you through the process.
  • Download and complete the linked forms. Drop them in the mail or bring them by a branch and we’ll take care of the rest.

HOPE Visa Platinum and Platinum Rewards Visa Card Application

HOPE Visa Platinum and Platinum Rewards Visa Card Application Addendum

HOPE Credit Card Disclosure

Need to know more?

Just give us a ring toll-free at 1-866-321-HOPE (4673) or contact your nearest branch with any questions you may have.

1Credit cards are subject to personal credit approval and terms and conditions of the Credit Card Agreement.
²The Rewards program allows you to earn points for making qualifying purchases with your HOPE Platinum Rewards Visa credit card. Fees may apply. See credit card disclosure for details. APRs on Platinum Rewards Visa credit cards may be higher.
³Visa is a registered trademark of Visa International Service Association, and is used by the issuer pursuant to license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.



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