A free checking account that pays you!
Reward yourself with up to $20 per month with Cash Rewards Checking. A free account that pays you up to 20¢ cash reward for every signature debit purchase, you decide exactly where, when, and how much you're rewarded. Rewards are paid monthly. Plus you have access to over 50,000 nationwide surcharge free ATMs through the Allpoint® network! All the technology of a "Big Bank", with the personal service of a small bank.
Start off with a free gift of $10 to open your account!
Get the most from your banking by combining with our free online banking, mobile banking, and mobile deposit!
Every time you use your debit card as a signature purchase, you earn a cash reward. The amount of each cash reward increases with additional accounts you have with the bank. Rewards are paid monthly and are unlimited!
Cash Rewards Checking: $.07
Savings Account with Direct Deposit: $.03
Loan of at least $5,000: $.10
Total Possible with every debit purchase!: $.20
Yeah, it's a "free account" but you may do some other stuff that could cause a fee.
|Stop Payment Fee
(for paper checks or electronic withdrawals)
|Overdraft/ NSF Fee
(We know, this is a sensitive one and we try to be generous in forgiving 1st time offenders and honest mistakes if you call and explain the situation to us. Plus we won't charge a fee if the purchase or resulting overdraft is $10.00 or less)
|Surcharge ATM Fee
(We don't charge these fees, the owners of other ATMs charge them for using their machine. Cash Rewards Checking customers can use over 50,000 nationwide Allpoint ATMs surcharge free. Check out the convenient tool to locate Allpoint machines near your home and work.)
|Foreign ATM Fee
(This is the fee we charge when an ATM transaction is processed on a machine we don't own. Cash Reward Checking accounts get 3 free per month, so use the freebies with the Allpoint network and you won't have any ATM fees!)
|3 Free per month then
|Returned Deposit Item
(This is a check that deposited into your account and then was returned to the bank for lack of funds - bounced!)