You can log in to your FIT Mastercard® account by going to the login page on the Continental Finance website or mobile app and entering your username and password in the appropriate fields. Then, click “Login To My Account” to access your online account.
How to Log In to a Fit Mastercard Account
Go to the Fit Mastercard login page.
Fill out the “Username” and “Password” fields with your credentials.
Click “Login To My Account” to access your account.
After you have logged in, you’ll be able to manage your Fit Mastercard account online. You can pay your credit card bill, see credit card statements, monitor account activity, and change account information such as passwords and automatic payments.
If you forget your login information, click “Forgot Username or Password?” on the Continental Finance login page. Then, just follow the prompts to reset or retrieve your username or password.
If you lost your Fit Mastercard, call (800) 556-5678 immediately in order to place a block on your account. Then, call customer service at (866) 449-4514, so they can cancel your card and arrange for a replacement to be sent to you.
Since Fit Mastercard offers $0 liability, you will not be held responsible for any unauthorized charges made to your account. However, it’s important to report it lost or stolen as soon as possible.… read full answer
No, the Fit Mastercard does not have a 0% APR intro period for new purchases. If you’re planning on making a large upcoming purchase and you don’t anticipate paying off the balance for a few months, the Fit Mastercard is not a great credit card to use.
The Fit Mastercard exchange rate is Mastercard’s exchange rate on the date you make a purchase, plus any foreign transaction fees. While Mastercard exchange rates change daily, the Fit Mastercard foreign fee is 0% the 1st yr, 3% after.
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