Business Rewards

Business Rewards

Get boldly rewarded for your everyday business purchases.

With Embold Rewards, you can put more points in your pocket and access them in one convenient, accessible place.

How it works

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Open a Business Rewards Checking and Business Rewards Visa account

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Earn points on every business purchase you make

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Redeemed points for gift cards and cash back

Questions? We have answers

Points are earned when you make purchases using your Embold Rewards Debit Card or Embold Rewards Credit Card. For every $4 you spend on your Rewards Debit Card, you will receive one point. For every $1 you spend on your Rewards Credit Card, you’ll receive one point.

Yes, your points will be aggregated between your personal Rewards Checking and Rewards Visa accounts automatically. If you would like to combine points with someone else, you can transfer your points to them. Please visit our Embold Rewards page for additional FAQs regarding how long points are valid for.

Earned points are valid for 3 years and will expire 3 years from the last day of the last month they were earned. For example, if you earned points on May 7th of 2022, they will expire on May 31st, 2025.

Points that are transferred/shared expire 90 days from the transfer date.

Points can be redeemed for gift cards and cash back.

You can access your Rewards account information by logging in to your Digital Banking account. Don’t have a login created? Visit our Digital Banking page to get started today. Or if you prefer, you can create a separate login for our Rewards Redemption site by clicking here.

Yes, you can use Mobile Wallet with your Embold business accounts. To learn more, click here.

You can read more about Visa Account Updater here.

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1) For details, see our Truth in Lending document.

Circumstances under which a finance charge will be imposed: The total outstanding balance of purchases and cash advances in the account on the closing date of a billing cycle, including any interest charge will be shown on the periodic statement for that billing cycle as the “New Balance.”

Cash advances & balance transfers. An interest charge will be imposed on cash advances and balance transfers from the date each transaction is made. There is no time period within which to pay to avoid a periodic interest charge cash and balance transfer advances.