Purchasing power, great rates, no gotcha fees.

Stuck with a credit card with a variable rate and balance that keep going up? Most of us have had a card with an introductory rate that seemed great to start, but then kept climbing higher and higher.

Platinum Visa

Our Platinum Visa has a fixed rate as low as 12.5% APR*.  Why not transfer your high-rate, variable credit card to a Clackamas Platinum Visa and take advantage of our fixed rate?

Why you’ll love our Platinum Visa:View Rates and Disclosures »
  • A fixed rate
  • No annual, cash advance, or balance transfer fees
  • Access to VISA's global network and card security

Apply now or let us know if you would like more information by calling us at (503) 656-0671.

Have Questions?   Call (503) 656-0671

Lost or Stolen Credit or Debit Card

Block your card by one of the following ways:

  • Call 24/7 Visa Customer Care Services at (855) 477-1163
  • Call us at (503) 656-0671 or (800) 878-0671 during business hours,
    press 1 for Teller Services.

Replacement Card

Please call us at (503) 656-0671 or (800) 878-0671 during business hours,
press 1 for Teller Services to request a replacement card.

Activating Your Card

Active your new card by one of the following ways:

  • Login on your computer to Online Banking and click the Activate Card tab.
  • Call 24/7 Visa Customer Care Services at (855) 477-1163
  • Visit us at one of our Branches
  • Call us at (503) 656-0671 or (800) 878-0671 during business hours, press 1 for Teller Services.

Your PIN (Personal Identification Number) will arrive 1-3 days after your new card.
If you would prefer to personalize your card PIN, you may visit any of our branch locations.

*Annual Percentage Rate. Rate may vary based on the credit worthiness of the borrower(s) and other criteria.
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. An Interest Charge will be imposed on cash advances from the date each cash advance is made. There is no time period within which to pay to avoid a periodic Interest Charge on cash advances.