Popular Bank, USAA has announced the launch of their USAA Ladies Auxiliary VFW Credit Card. This card will exclusively benefit the over 500,000 ladies auxiliary to the veterans of foreign war.

Established in 1914, the Ladies Auxiliary VFW has made it their mission to “Honor the dead by helping the living.” Through various means of donations, members of the Ladies Auxiliary VFW can ensure that America’s veterans that need any kind of assistance can get it.

About the Partnership

Originally started as a financial institution to cater exclusively to those in the U.S Army, it was soon opened to all enlisted personnel and then in 2009 to all veterans who have honorably served and their eligible family members. This partnership opens that scope even more to include the Ladies Auxiliary VFW by providing the Ladies Auxiliary VFW USAA Rewards World MasterCard®® credit card to qualified members.

The card helps by making a contribution to the Ladies Auxiliary VFW every time a customer opens an account, keeps it active and makes eligible purchases.

Army Lt. Gen. Stephen Speakes, the executive vice president for USAA Enterprise Strategy & Planning, released a statement to the public saying, “This special relationship with the Ladies Auxiliary is part of our ongoing efforts to facilitate the financial needs of service members, veterans and their families because they have unique needs and are deserving of the best treatment and care.”

About the Credit Card

The LA VFW USAA Rewards World MasterCard® is more than just a mouthful, it includes:

  • APR’s as low as 9.90% on purchases, balance transfers and cash advances
  • You will instantly get 2,500 after your first purchase and point per dollar with no limit after that

To learn more about this credit card visit the Ladies Auxiliary VFW credit card page on the USAA website. USAA Bank is the highest rated bank on the MyBankTracker reviews page. To learn more about USAA Bank, its assets and products visit the USAA Bank profile page

Marina is a staff writer for MyBankTracker.com. She is an expert in college finances, consumer spending and banking.

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