Fifth Third Bank Credit Cards
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- Purchase Intro APRNot Offered
- Transfer Intro APR0% for 12 billing cycles;Fee:4% (min $5)
- Regular APR16.24% - 25.24% (V)
- 3% cash back at restaurants and 2% cash back on gas and at grocery and drug stores, up to $1,500 spend per quarter in these combined purchase categories
- 1% unlimited cash back on all other purchases
- Earn a new account bonus worth $100! Earn 10,000 bonus points which can be redeemed for $100 cash back, simply spend $1,000 within 90 days of opening your account
- Purchase Intro APR0% for 15 billing cycles
- Transfer Intro APR0% for 15 billing cycles;Fee:4% (min $5)
- Regular APR14.24% - 25.24% (V)
Annual Fee $0
- Purchase Intro APR0% for 12 months
- Transfer Intro APR0% for 12 months;Fee:4% (min $5)
- Regular APR15.24% - 26.24% (V)
- Earn 1 Real Life Rewards point for every $1 spent on all qualifying purchases.
- Redeem points for a charitable contribution to Stand Up To Cancer or redeem for gift cards, cash, deposits or payments to a Fifth Third Account or a credit card statement credit.
- Purchase Intro APR0% for 9 months
- Transfer Intro APR0% for 9 months;Fee:4% (min $5)
- Regular APR13.24% - 24.24% (V)
- Earn 2 Real Life Rewards® points for each $1 spent at restaurants, office supply stores, and on utilities, and 1 point for each $1 spent on all other purchases.
- No cap on the number of rewards points you can earn.
- Redeem points for gas cards, travel, merchandise, or many other rewards.
- Secured Credit Card Min Deposit of $300
- Annual Fee $24
- Monthly Fee None
- One-time Fees None
- Regular Rate 26.24% (V)
FIFTH THIRD BANK CREDIT CARD REVIEWS
I have banked with Fifth Third ever since they bought my bank Citizen's Federal. I have had excellent credit for years and now they are using a bogus excuse to lower the limit on my cards with them when Chase and CitiBank just upped my limits! Customer Service is clueless. I spoke with 3 different people and got different answers from every one of them. I demanded to speak with a Supervisor and when I did, she told me "We can do whatever we want whenever we want". Not even my so called "Assigned Banker" can get any answers and her solution was to apply for a new credit card since my credit is so good and have a really good FICO score. Really? Why should I do that when they have no reason to do what they did, except it's probably because they aren't making enough money off me since I prefer to use my Chase and CitiBank cards as they have better rewards. And the Banker at my branch admitted that I'm not the only one they have decided to do this to with no good reason at all. Fifth Third's motto should really be "We do a Fifth Third Worse for You! I have moved all of my accounts and so have my son and daughter to a more reputable bank and I wouldn't recommend them to my worst enemy! If I could give them a big zero or negative star I would!… show more
When you are on autobill and make an early manual payment, they still take the statement amount out of your account instead of the reduced amount. You have to jump to hoops and loops to get your money back.
I also never received the promised welcome bonus.
Only hit one star because I can't submit without it. This is the worst bank in the history of banks! Do yourself a favor and find another bank. They had six of our accounts for personal and business. We had fraud on one of our accounts and were told if they didn't get the money back, we wouldn't either. That was $3,000 they said we might never recoup. I figured out what their email protocol was and emailed everybody on the board. I also reported them to every government agency I could. I had my money back in two hours on a Saturday. Soooo, we took our money elsewhere immediately. BUT, we kept the credit cards. I have paid the bill every month on time. This month I got the bill and there was a late charge of $27. The payment was made by my bank and showed delivery on the due date. This was an electronic transfer from Chase. Called up fifth third and they told me they now recognize a 4 day clearing period even for electronic transfers! What? Never received any kind of notice for this policy. They absolutely suck! As soon as I pay this card off, they're history! I hate these guys and don't understand HOW they stay in business. Also, I pay four to five times the minimum payment.… show more
I have a credit card account with Fifth Third and when I was using the account my biggest gripes were with billpay not allowing autopayments from outside accounts and the inability to get e-bills sent directly to my other billpay system, but I recently had an incident that took them from a 1 to a hard zero in my opinion. So they recently send me checks for credit transfers or whatever I wanted to use them for according to the paper. So I was like great I will use these to pay off another credit card I have. The paperwork said I could use the checks or go online and transfer using the code for the offer. I thought easy enough so i went into my account and found the offer and put in my information and clicked ok, a few seconds later it came back declined. I thought maybe I put in the wrong card information, tried again, denied again. Ok I will just use the check, filled out and scanned to my other bank. The next day they call me about fraudulent activity on my account and ask me to call back and verify the information. I call, from the same phone they called me on, they need my credit card information and pin, which I don't have because I am out of town and the card is at home. They say they can't talk to me until they get this information. I go to check my other account and the check was declined and my other bank charged me a declined check fee. They are so worried about my account being defrauded to pay an account that has my same name from a reputable bank account that has been used to pay them before, yet my fifth third online account is still available to me with the same credentials I used to submit the original requests. They are worried about fraud, but didn't make me change or update any of my online account information. Ridiculous.… show more
Everything goes well until your card has been compromised. Here all good things end. Investigations are not conducted. A Fifth Third bank credit cards cannot be blocked online, it is also impossible to dispute an online transaction. It takes a lot of talking by phone to replace card or to start a dispute. And even if you manage to report fraudulent transactions over the phone, then their reaction will be a complete lie in formal replies. I requested copies of the documents on the basis of which the decision was made. In response, nothing. In general, credit cards of this bank is absolutely unsafe. I do not recommend for regular payments in doubful stores. It'll be very hard return your money in case of fraud with the card of Fifth Third bank.… show more
Everything goes well until your card has been compromised. Here all good things end. Investigations are not conducted. A Fifth Third bank credit cards cannot be blocked online, it is also impossible to dispute an online transaction. It takes a lot of talking by phone to replace card or to start a dispute. And even if you manage to report fraudulent transactions over the phone, then their reaction will be a complete lie in formal replies. I requested copies of the documents on the basis of which the decision was made. In response, nothing. In general, credit cards of this bank is absolutely unsafe. I do not recommend for regular payments in doubful stores. You will not return your money in case of fraud with the card of Fifth Third bank.… show more
One of my first out of 3 credit cards I have $300 limit since that's what it costs to open one of their secured cards. Though, sooner or later. I would like to close this card once I've established a higher credit score. So I can get my $300 back and open a new credit line on their unsecured cards.
Good so far, high limit that i love and no interest for 15 months but cant setup auto pay using another bank which is no good. The online account and app make it easy to access statement. I prefer discover.
The shittiest bank in the world ,with the dumbest customer service .And I don’t know how to describe their commercial lol it is ridiculous.will never do business with them again.and what kind of back is that,when you can’t reach anybody on the phone during the weekend ?
This is a joke of a bank. I opened a secured card many years ago with them. They said after awhile the card would go unsecured if you made all of the payments on time. After 3 years I had added extra deposits to have a credit line of $2150. They refused several times to let any of the line go unsecured even though i had never missed a payment. I finally closed the account so that I could get my $2150 cash back. I made the mistake of opening another secured card in july of last year. They outright refused to send my card to a P.O. Box. Even though the card would be in a secure facility behind a locked box, they said it was a security risk. They said they could send the card to my home address via Fedex. I informed them that I would be out of the country for a week and not to send it because i would not be there. They went ahead and sent it anyway, and charged me $30 for it. Of course I was not there to sign for it and it went back. Then today i tried to change my address on my account. They only have 1 address line in their computer and it wont take any addresses with suite numbers. This is only the bank in history that only has one address line. So if you have a long street name, your suite numbers or box numbers are completely cut off. When I said that no other bank has only one address line they said, "I don't know how other banks do it, but that's the way our computer system is here." I informed here that I changed all my addresses on all of my other accounts and not one gave me a problem. TD bank has 2 address lines, PNC bank has 2 address lines...every single bank has 2 address lines. Not 5/3! So, if you have a long street name with a suite #. I suggest you don't do any business with this bank. They will not accommodate you.… show more
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Ask a question about Fifth Third Bank Credit Cards
You can download the new Fifth Third Mobile Banking App from the App Store or Google Play. You can also go to 53.com on your mobile device to connect to the new login page, which you can learn more about here: https://www.53.com/personal-banking/mobile-banking/ . Hope this helps!
Yes, Fifth Third Bank and all other major credit card issuers report account information to the three main credit bureaus. They typically do so within a few days of your statement date.
You can call customer service at 1-800-972-3030 to get more information on your question.
There are two ways to get a Fifth Third Secured credit card credit limit increase:
They review secured cards annually for credit limit increases. Another option to having the credit limit increased is to visit a branch and deposit more funds, which will increase the secured limit up to your approved maximum.
You get cell phone insurance with your Trio credit card but it's only up to $200/claim.
You can also protect two other cell phones on the same wireless bill and you can file claims twice in a year.
Yes you can. Since it's a secured credit card, the approval requirements are pretty low. That's because your limit will be your security deposit, so there's not much of a risk for them.
Not all cards do, as they have to pay for that service. With that said, you already have your credit score here, and it is updated every day.
No it does not! i would stay away form this card!
Secured credit cards and unsecured credit cards are indistinguishable on your credit report; that is why secured ones offer all the credit building benefits of the unsecured ones.
Apply by phone. You can’t request a balance transfer online.