Whichever checking account you choose, you’ll enjoy surcharge-free access to more than 53,000 ATMs nationwide — plus, our mobile app lets you manage your account anytime, from anywhere.
For those who want to earn dividends on their checking balance, this account is loaded with features and function — like free cash withdrawals from any ATM!1
If paper checks just aren’t your thing, and if you couldn’t imagine wanting anything but an electronic monthly statement, then this is your checking account.
No fuss. No hassle. Just a solid, dependable checking account with basic features.
Ideal for those looking to establish or reestablish a checking account relationship.
$3.95/mo. 90-day free trial4
Included in monthly fee
HSA Checking Accounts provide tax-deductible contributions and tax-free withdrawals when used for qualifying medical expenses.
The holidays are over. But the savings are just beginning. Take advantage of our low promotional balance transfer rates. Open to new and existing cardholders.
Make the most of your membership with Bundle Rewards. Eligible members receive special benefits and discounts!
1 Please be aware that while OnPoint will not charge ATM fees with Interest Checking, you may be assessed a surcharge by another financial institution.
2 If the minimum monthly average balance is not met, there will be a $7.00 monthly fee.
3 Monthly fee waived if under 18 years of age.
4 The fee for Bill Payment with Basic Checking is $3.95 per month (waived the first three months). Please note: Regulation D limitations apply to Online Banking transactions.
5 eStatements are free for Interest Checking, eChecking, Basic Checking, and Access Account. For eChecking, you must enroll in eStatements within the first 30 days of account opening or conversion. If you do not enroll, or if you subsequently discontinue eStatements after commitment, the account will convert to Basic Checking and will be subject to all applicable fees and service charges.
If you request a substitute check, please read the Check 21 disclosure.
Click here to read the Truth in Savings Disclosures.