Community West Bank is proud to announce, Great Rate Checking. An interest earning
checking account free of monthly maintenance fees.
To earn the Great Rate Checking rate, perform the following reward requirements
each qualifying cycle:
- Minimum 10 Debit Card transactions post and settle per qualification cycle
- Establish at least 1 direct deposit (such as payroll or government check) or 1 automatic
debit (such as mortgage or car payments) post and settle per qualification cycle
- Receive electronic statements monthly
- Access Online Banking at least once each cycle
That’s right, perform these reward requirements and earn 0.30%* annual percentage
yield (APY) on balances up to $15,000. Any portion of your balance greater than
$15,000 earns 0.10%* APY.
And that's not all! Use any ATM in the nation. We'll refund ATM surcharge fees up
to $5.00 per transaction to a maximum of $20 per qualifying cycle. Plus Online Banking
and Bill Payment are provided to you around the clock.
That’s it! No monthly account maintenance fees. No minimum balance requirements.
Simply earn a Great Rate with Community West Bank’s Great Rate Checking Account.
to Enroll Now and begin earning a Great Rate today!
to view a video at our on-line education center.
* Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is 0.30% and is accurate as of February 1, 2014
and may change thereafter. 0.30% APY paid on daily balances below $15,000 each qualifying
cycle (Cycle) that all reward requirements are met. Account daily balances will
earn 0.10% APY when reward requirements are not met per Cycle. Rates subject to change
after account is opened. Offer good on personal accounts only. You must meet the
reward requirements each Cycle to obtain ATM surcharge reimbursements as noted.
Check Card transactions exclude ATM withdrawals. No monthly account maintenance
fee. The qualifying cycle is defined by transactions that settle and post to your
account from the last business banking day of your previous statement cycle through
those that settle and post on the next to last business banking day of your current