1 Visa Business Reporting and Visa Payment Controls are services provided by Visa Canada. You must enroll in these services to use them. Terms and conditions apply.
2 Visa Payment Controls only applies to transactions on enrolled cards that are processed through the VisaNet* transaction-processing system and will not block transactions that are processed through non-Visa networks or transactions that occur offline. Transactions that exceed the cardholder’s specified authorization parameters also may not be blocked due to incorrect or incomplete transaction data received by Visa or for other reasons. The cardholder is responsible for any text message, data or other wireless carrier charges incurred by the cardholder as a result of email or text message block notifications. The business remains liable for the entire balance on the credit card account, even if a particular transaction is not blocked.
3 CIBC Corporate Classic Plus Visa Card has an annual fee of $20 per card. Annual fees are posted to your credit card account when the application is approved and your card is issued, whether your card is activated or not, and annually thereafter.
4 Interest rates will change from time to time on at least 30 days prior notice to primary cardholders. “Cash” means cash advances, balance transfers and CIBC Convenience Cheques.
5 Discounts provided as credits on future account statements. This service is provided by Visa Canada. Terms and conditions apply. For complete details on the program, including the program terms and conditions, visit visasavingsedge.cavisa..
6 Discounts are determined by the participating rental agency and apply to time and kilometer or mileage charges only.
7 Insurance coverage(s) included with CIBC credit cards is underwritten by Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada (RSA). Different cards may have different coverage(s). To learn about which coverage(s) are included with a specific card, and important information regarding coverage eligibility requirements, benefits, limitations and exclusions, go to Agreements and Insurance and review the insurance certificate(s) in your card package. Some insurance(s) require purchase(s), common carrier fares and other trip costs to be charged to the card to activate coverage (other conditions may also apply). Certain RSA coverage(s) are “excess insurance” (all other sources of insurance and recovery must be exhausted before coverage is available). For more information, call the insurer toll-free at 1-866-363-3338 in Canada, the continental U.S. and Hawaii or collect from elsewhere at 1-905-403-3338. You can also visit cibccentre.rsagroup.caOpens a new window in your browser..