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Companies both large and small can benefit from the addedBusiness Credit Card convenience and purchasing power that a credit card offers. Our Corporate Visa® Credit Card lets you travel or do business with suppliers around the country or around the world.  A credit card can be a useful cash-flow tool giving you flexibility to pay in full every month to avoid interest charges, or choose to pay over time. Just one more way that The Bank of Washington  provides full-service business banking.


Corporate Visa Credit Card

Our credit card program for businesses was designed with function and value in mind:

  • Variable annual percentage rate (APR)
  • Competitive rate and annual fee
  • Credit decisions are made locally
  • Separate cards to help track individual employee expenses
  • Online account history available anytime, anywhere
  • Convenient bill payment 24/7 through Business Online Banking

Corporate Visa Application

Corporate Visa Cardholder Agreement


View Statements Online

View your Visa statement online.


Now you can keep tabs on your account any time, anywhere. Near real-time Visa Purchase Alerts powered by Visa help you reduce fraud and monitor your spending. And the service is available free for The Bank of Washington Visa cardholders.

With Visa Purchase Alerts powered by Visa, you can receive a text message or email shortly after your Visa card has been used. So, if there is fraudulent activity, you'll be notified and can act quickly to stop the situation. It's a unique benefit that most alert services don't offer.

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Report Lost or Stolen Visa Credit Cards

To report your lost or stolen Bank of Washington Visa credit card, 24 hours a day, call:  1-800-423-7503

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