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Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account
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Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account Review
Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account is offered by Firstmerit Bank, a bank founded in 1845 and based in Akron, OH. Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account is available in state across the USA.
Are money market accounts from Firstmerit Bank federally insured?
No, your Firstmerit Bank money market accounts are not insured by a federal insurance agency. This means that if Firstmerit Bank were to fall into financial difficulties, your deposits are not covered by a government backed insurance fund like the FDIC or NCUSIF.
What are the Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account rates?
Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account is not an interest-bearing account.
What are the Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account fees?
Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account does not charge a monthly maintenance fee.Firstmerit Bank will charge you a $5 fee if you exceed your maximum number of monthly transactions.
Federal regulations limit the number of transactions you can make from your money market account to six per month.
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What is the minimum balance for Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account?
No minimum initial deposit. Firstmerit Bank does not require a minimum initial deposit to open an account.
What features and perks does Firstmerit Bank Money Market Account offer?
This account does not seem to offer any of the features and perks we track.
How to open an account with Firstmerit Bank
- Visit the Firstmerit Bank website.
- Fill in the application form. You will typically need to provide general financial information, such as your name, Social Security Number and address.
- Check the information is accurate and submit your application.
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