Exchange Bank Now Checking Review
Exchange Bank Now Checking is offered by Exchange Bank of Louisiana,
founded in 1892 and based in Natchitoches, LA.
Exchange Bank Now Checking is available in
1 state across the USA.
- Charges a monthly fee. This account charges a monthly service fee of $10, but the fee is waived if you keep a minimum balance of $1,000.
- $1,000 minimum deposit. This is a typical minimum initial deposit, but there are accounts that require a smaller initial deposit or have no minimum.
Exchange Bank Now Checking Pros & Cons
- No signup bonus.
- Does not earn interest.
- Does not offer mobile check deposits.
- Does not provide access to a nationwide ATM network.
- Does not come with a debit card
- Not FDIC-insured.
- Only available in one state.
- Monthly service charge.
Exchange Bank Now Checking FAQ
Are checking accounts from Exchange Bank of Louisiana federally insured?
No, your Exchange Bank of Louisiana checking accounts are not insured by a federal insurance agency. This means that if Exchange Bank of Louisiana were to fall into financial difficulties, your deposits are not covered by a government backed insurance fund like the FDIC or NCUSIF.
What APY does Exchange Bank Now Checking offer?
Exchange Bank Now Checking is not an interest bearing account.
What are the account minimums for Exchange Bank Now Checking?
Exchange Bank Now Checking requires a minimum initial deposit of $1,000 to open an account.
Exchange Bank Now Checking Minimums
|Minimum Opening Deposit
||Starting at $1,000
|Minimum Balance to Avoid Monthly Fee
||Starting at $1,000
What fees does Exchange Bank Now Checking charge?
This account charges a monthly service fee of $10.
Exchange Bank Now Checking Fees
|ATM Fee: In-Network
|Online Bill Pay Fee
What features and perks does Exchange Bank Now Checking offer?
This account includes the following features:
What is the customer support email for Exchange Bank Now Checking?
The customer support email for Exchange Bank Now Checking is email@example.com.
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