West Virginia Dental Association Now Endorses Wells Fargo Practice Finance and the ADA Visa from U.S. Bank  

The West Virginia Dental Association is pleased to announce their recent endorsement of Wells Fargo Practice Finance and the ADA Visa from U.S. Bank. Both companies are also endorsed by ADA Business Resources
Richard Stevens, Executive Director of the West Virginia Dental Association, commented on the new endorsement. “We selected these two companies for so many reasons, but primarily because we believe our members will receive excellent service from two industry leaders who truly understand dentistry. Wells Fargo has highly trained and professional staff who are truly experts with practice acquisition and expansion. And we are confident that the ADA Visa from U.S. Bank provides our members with one of the best travel reward cards combined with the highest level of service.”
For more than 25 years, Wells Fargo Practice Finance has helped thousands of dentists start, grow and transition their practices. In addition to providing a full suite of financing programs, they provide complimentary planning tools, project guidance and practice support to help dentists achieve their practice goals.
For dentists seeking to start, acquire, update, expand or relocate a practice, financing is available with preferred member pricing to achieve your practice goals. In addition, Wells Fargo Practice Finance can assist with refinancing business debt, invest in equipment or technology, or help with purchasing commercial real estate. Dentists with fewer assets can easily invest in practice ownership and growth because credit decisions are based on multiple factors, not just on practice cash flow. In addition, Wells Fargo offers up to 100% financing with flexible payment terms and competitive fixed-rate loans.
WVDA members that sign up for the ADA Visa from U.S. Bank will earn one reward point for every net $1 in purchases (purchases minus credits and returns). Points can be redeemed for cash back, merchandise, gift cards or air travel. Only 25,000 points equals up to a $450 airline ticket on more than 150 airlines with no blackout dates or online redemption fees. Accounts must be open and in good standing to earn and redeem points.

Points   – Redemption Value Maximum
25,000  – $450.00
35,000  –  $625.00
45,000  –  $800.00
65,000  –  $1,150.00
85,000  –  $1,500.00
100,000 – $1,800.00

Check your wallet. West Virginia Dental Association members should be certain about which ADA Visa card they are carrying, and they are encouraged to apply for the U.S. Bank ADA Visa should they be using a previous version of the card.

WVDA made this move after Bank of America terminated its credit
card which had been endorsed by WVDA for several years.  The Bank
also stopped paying WVDA royalties based on dentists’ purchases
with the card.  This results in significant loss of revenue to WVDA. 
Some WVDA members still have the Bank of America card which has
the WVDA logo imprinted on it.   WVDA asked the logo be removed
earlier this week, but the Bank refused.  Bank of America continues
with use those cards even though it terminated its contract with WVDA.

WVDA members are encouraged to call U.S. Bank and apply for the new card, today. Contact the ADA member customer service group at 888-327-2265 ext. 94593 or visit usbank.com/ADA94593.