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Advantage Checking includes all of the benefits of Free Checking, as well as free personal checks, free cashier's checks, ATM fee reimbursements1 and earning interest on your balance. You can avoid the monthly2 maintenance fee by maintaining a combined deposit account balance3 of at least $10,000.
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Features Included with Your Account
Interest is earned on the entire account balance
Unlimited supply of our exclusive INTRUST design checks
ATM Fee Reimbursement
Receive up to $6 in rebates on INTRUST's fees and up to $6 in refunds on fees assessed by other banks in a statement cycle.2
Free Cashier's Checks
Unlimited cashier's checks
Advantage Checking Rates
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Variable interest; rate may change after account is opened. Rates may vary by bank location. Annual Percentage Yields (APYs) quoted are accurate as of Date and are subject to change without notice. Fees may reduce earnings on the account.
Fees and Terms
- The monthly 1 account maintenance fee is $15. You can avoid the fee if you maintain a combined deposit account balance of at least $10,000.3
- The minimum opening deposit is $100.
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- Receive up to $6 in refunds on fees that INTRUST charges for your use of an ATM owned by another financial institution. Receive up to $6 in rebates on ATM fees assessed by other financial institutions only if the average collected account balance in your account is equal to or greater than zero ($0) at the time of qualification. All rebates credited to your account for these ATM fees will be reported to the IRS as interest earned. These fees will be credited to your account as a lump sum at the end of the statement period.
- Month or monthly is an approximate four (4) week period or cycle, not necessarily a calendar month.
- The average collected balance of the INTRUST checking, savings and money market accounts and the principal balance of the INTRUST time deposit and IRA accounts on which you are an owner.