Here are the fees we cover. Select a fee to find the definition.
Monthly Service Fee
This fee is applied when you do not meet certain requirements on your account such as; maintaining a minimum balance, or setting up direct deposit.
This fee occurs when your account balance drops below zero due to the following methods; check, in person withdrawal, electronic withdrawal, ATM withdrawal, merchant error, or other bank fees.
Extended Overdraft Fee
This fee is charged on a daily or routine basis if your account balance remains negative. The amount of this fee can vary, but is usually lower than the initial overdraft fee. It is also known as a “continuous” overdraft fee.
Domestic Wire Fee
This fee is applied when you send money by a wire from your account to someone at another financial institution within the United States. If you receive a wire some institutions may charge an incoming fee.
Foreign Wire Fee
This fee is applied when you send money by a wire from your account to someone at a financial institution outside of the United States. If you receive a wire some institutions may charge an incoming fee.
This fee occurs when you deposit an item into your account that is later returned back to the issuer. This is also known as a Return Deposit Item fee.
Non-Bank ATM Fee
This fee occurs when you use your ATM/Debit card at a machine that is outside of the preferred network offered by your bank/credit union.
Cashiers Check Fee
This fee is applied when you request a check drawn from your bank/credit union for the purpose of guaranteed funds.
Stop Payment Fee
This fee occurs when you place a stop payment on a check or electronic withdraw that you’ve issued to keep it from being cashed.
Overdraft Transfer Fee
This fee is charged when money automatically transfers out of a second account to cover the account that is overdrawn.