We’re making it a point to thank you. 18 Aug 2011 6:13 PM
Our new rewards program, SmartPoints, is our way of thanking you for banking with us. With SmartPoints, we give our most loyal members the opportunity to receive discounts and credits towards services. 

So how does SmartPoints work?

It’s about as easy as it gets. You can earn points for things like paying your loan on-time, using Bill Payer, having eStatements and Direct Deposit or using you debit or credit card. You also get one-time bonus points when you open a new checking account or loan. 
Then you can redeem those points for rate discounts and free services. To see all the things you can redeem your SmartPoints for, click here then select the “Spend Points” button.

How many points can I accrue?

There is no limit as to how many points you can receive. Plus, your SmartPoints never expire. So as long as you bank with Alliance, you can bank on racking up points. 

How do I redeem my points?

Redeeming points is simple. When you hit one of the reward levels, just talk to an Alliance representative by calling 800.232.8669 or stop by a financial center and let them know. They’ll help you with the rest.

How do I sign up for SmartPoints?

Here’s the beauty of it – you don’t have to. Nearly every Alliance member is already accruing points. In fact, you may already have points right now.
Your initial points will vary depending on what Alliance products and services you currently use. To see your total points and to get detailed information on the SmartPoints program, please login to Online Banking and click the SmartPoints tab.
We want to hear from you!  What do you think about the new SmartPoints program?
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