All Revere Bank checking accounts offer the following benefits:
If you have basic checking needs and write only a few checks per month, this is the account for you.
This checking account offers no monthly maintenance fees when you maintain a minimum daily balance of $500, or if you maintain a $1,000 combined balance in checking and/or related savings, money market, and certificate of deposit accounts. (Monthly maintenance fee of $8.00 applies if account falls below minimum balance.)
This non-interest-bearing account offers no minimum balance requirement and no monthly maintenance fee with direct deposit. Just deposit your payroll, Social Security, retirement funds, or other recurring item(s) electronically on a monthly basis. (Account converts to Classic Checking if direct deposit is cancelled, or if a direct deposit is not posted to your account for two consecutive service charge periods.)
Revere Bank’s premier interest-bearing account, Advantage Checking, allows you to combine balances in your deposit and loan accounts to gain valuable account benefits. Enjoy no maintenance fee when you make a minimum opening deposit of $50.00 and maintain one of the following combined minimum monthly balance options:
(Loan amounts may include personal installment loans, and home equity loans and/or lines of credit.)
In any service charge period that your account falls below the combined minimum monthly balance using the lowest balance during the month, your checking account will be charged the monthly maintenance fee of $12.00.
Other fees and restrictions may apply to all checking accounts. Please consult with your Financial Services Associate for details, or review our Personal Account Disclosure.
* Depending on checking account type, you will receive as many as eight surcharge-free ATM transactions per month at any non-Revere Bank ATM nationally. Note: Transactions made at Allpoint Network ATMs are always surcharge-free, and are not counted as part of the surcharge-free transactions offered with Revere’s checking accounts as mentioned above.