It looks like a check. It feels like a check. But it's much more than regular checking. Unbank Checking starts with a high interest rate* and no monthly service fee.
Of course, you'll also enjoy all the benefits of Unbanking with Connex. Better rates. Better service. A better choice. Call today to find out why Unbank Checking is everything a checking account should be.
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1. Receive up to $20.00 per month on any foreign ATM fees when all qualifications are met. To qualify for ATM fee refunds you must use estatements, Online Banking, have Direct Deposit or ACH, and make at least 12 debit card transactions. Click here for full terms. 2. Connex ATMs are free; non-Connex and Allpoint ATMs are 7 free per month, then $2 per withdrawal.
Connex Credit Union offers a checking account you can customize to meet your financial needs. With Your Choice Checking you select the benefits that work for you:
Your money is always close at hand with access to Connex ATMs and over 43,000 Allpoint ATMs nationwide.5
1. Share Certificates opened or renewed after the Your Choice Checking Account start date earn a 1/4% Annual Percentage Yield Bonus Reward. Minimum deposit to open a Share Certificate and earn APY is $500. Existing Money Market Accounts earn a 1/4% Annual Percentage Yield. Bonus Reward effective on the opening date of the Your Choice Checking Account. Minimum balance to earn the Bonus Reward on a Money Market Share Account is $2,500. 2. Shipping charges for box of checks may apply. 3. Consult a Member Service Representative to select the Overdraft options that best suit your needs. 4. A $5 monthly fee applies to accounts without full direct deposit. Youth Checking accounts are exempt from this fee. 5. Connex ATMs are free; non-Connex and Allpoint ATMs are 7 free per month, then $2 per withdrawal.
Our Second Chance Checking Account is tailored to individuals who may be held back from opening a checking account due to past account management problems
Stop by a branch and talk with a Financial Advocate to see if a Second Chance Checking Account could work for you.
Click here to view Frequently Asked Questions and information regarding fees associated with the Second Chance Checking Account.