Due to increased COVID-19 levels, the lobby will be closed until further notice. Please continue to use our drive-thru, ATM and online banking platform for your banking needs. Please call 419-278-0015 to schedule an appointment for your individual banking needs. Thank you for your continued patience during this difficult time.
REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNT
- Minimum amount required to open account $50
- No service charge if balance remains above $300
- A non-interest bearing account
- Low monthly fee of just $4.00 a month plus $.15 per debit in excess of ten debits per statement cycle if balance falls below $300
- Check images included in your statement are available upon request for a small monthly fee of just $5.00
- One year free checking to all recent graduating high school students
- Free checking to anyone 65 years of age and over
NOW CHECKING ACCOUNT
- Minimum of $1,000 to open account
- No service charge if balance remains above $1,000
- Interest will be compounded and credited to your account at each monthly statement cycle
- Low monthly fee of just $4.00 per month plus $0.25 per debit in excess of 20 per statement cycle if balance falls below $1,000
- Account will earn interest if balance stays above $500
MONEY MARKET PLUS ACCOUNT
- Minimum balance to open account $2,500
- Higher interest rate earned than NOW Account
- Transaction Limitations: No more than three checks per month plus three automatic or phone transfers
- An earned credit of $ .30 per $100 of the average monthly balance will be calculated
- Charges will be $2.00 per monthly cycle plus $ .10 per debit
- If earned credit is greater than charges, no service charge will be assessed
- This credit will offset service charges for most accounts
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