With Finex credit union
Axcess Cash Back Rewards, you can earn $0.10 for all qualifying Debit Transactions of $10 or more per cycle. Its that easy. If you are a frequent debit card user, this is the account for you. There is no minimum account balance or service charge if account qualifications are met.
Its Easy to Qualify.**
- Make 12 or more debit transactions, in the amount of $1 or more
- Have a monthly direct deposit of $300 or more
- Sign up for eServices
Remember, with all Axcess REWARDS checking accounts you also receive:
- Twice the access to Surcharge-Free ATM's through the AllPoint Network. Over 55,000 ATM's worldwide!
- Access to over 5,000 CO-OP Shared Branches
- FREE Online Banking with Bill Pay and Check images
- Credit Score Enhancement Service
- FREE Finex MOBILE app
Complete our fast and easy online form to open your Rewards Account today!
*When twelve (12) Finex Credit Union Debit Card transactions (excludes ATM transactions) post to the account during the Reward Period, you will receive Cash Back in the following amount: $0.10 cents per debit card transaction in the amount of ten ($10) dollars or more. Maximum cash-back payout amount is $10 per cycle. At our discretion we may change the transaction requirements and reward amounts. Qualification Requirements to Obtain the Cash Rewards. **You must satisfy all of the following Qualification Requirements during each Qualification Period to obtain Cash Rewards. Have at least one (1) Direct Deposit (ACH credit will be accepted if direct deposit is unavailable to member) minimum amount of $300. Sign up for eServices (including estatements, eNews, Homebanking) with a valid email address. You must have a minimum of twelve (12) Finex Credit Union Debit Card point-of-sale transactions or Signature (Qualifying Transactions) in the amount of $10 or more, post to your account during the Reward Period. ATM Transactions are not Qualifying Transactions and will not be counted toward the minimum twelve transactions or be paid Cash Rewards. $10 Service Charge imposed if Direct Deposit Requirement is not met Cash Back Truth in Savings