Free if you meet certain requirements.
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This feature comes free of charge.
Yep, this one will cost you.
Free, if you meet certain requirements.
With First National Checking, you’ll never get an ATM fee from us for withdrawing your money. (Other bank and ATM operators may still charge you.)
Some banks think your money is their money and charge you a fee for using an out-of-network ATM. These fees add up fast when you withdraw money from an ATM that’s not associated with your bank.
Go on a trip without being taken for a ride.
You’ll have to pay to turn your cash into a check.
Need money? Get money, not fees, when you receive a domestic transfer into your First National account.
You’ll get your money, minus their cut for a domestic transfer.
We’ll give you free bank logo checks whenever you need them.
Want more checks from this bank? It’ll cost ya’.
Want more checks from this bank? It might cost ya’.
Put pen to paper without worry. All day, every day.
Some banks set limits on how many checks you can write before fees start to appear.
Hey, it happens to all of us. If it happens to you, we won’t charge a fee.
Lost your card? That’s OK, they’ll replace it for a fee.
Careful, there might be a fee to reissue your card at this bank.
We won’t charge you to put a stop to things.
Stop payment? To this bank it’s more like “start payment.”
No direct deposit or minimum balance requirements. Free means no hoops to jump through.
You're being charged just for having an account.
They sure make you work for "free."
You want account updates, not hidden fees. That sounds good to us.
Updates on your account, at your expense.
Jump through hoops just to keep tabs on your account.
Pay your bills online without paying us.
Pay your bills. Pay this bank. Repeat again and again.
Pay bills on their terms, otherwise you'll get hit with a fee.
Taking a little break from spending? Don’t worry, we won’t charge you for that.
Apparently they think just because you aren’t using your account, you won’t mind if they take money out of it after a set period of time.