Business Banking Fees

Miscellaneous Business Banking Fees

Effective August 23, 2016

(See Personal Fees)

Category/Description Amount (All fees per occurrence, unless otherwise stated)

Digital Banking

 

Online bill payment

  • 3+ bill pays/mo.
  • Low activity (less than 3 bill pays/mo.)
  • Paper copy of bill payment
  • Rejected bill payment
  • Expedited bill payment services
    • Popmoney®
    • Overnight check

Fee free
$3/mo.
$5
$27

 

$0.75/ea.
$17.95/ea.

VISA® Debit Card

 
Uses that do not require a PIN Fee free

PIN-based ATM uses (withdrawals, transfers, inquiries)

  • At North Island & CO-OP network ATMs
  • At other ATMs (plus ATM owner surcharges)

Fee free
$1.50
Lost card replacement $5
24-Hour Telephone Banking Fee Free

Checking, Savings, Money Market

 
Account closure within 90 days of opening $10
Checking printing At cost

Temporary checks:

  • Per sheet of 3
  • Initial set of 9 (at account opening)

$1
Fee free
Insufficient/unavailable funds (any transaction, whether returned or paid, including bill payment & ATM/POS) $27
Reg D excess activity (6+ non-branch savings/money market withdrawals/mo.) $10
Deposit correction $5
Verification of Deposit $10

Checks And Transfers

 
Cashier's check to account holder
Cashier's check to 3rd party
$2
$5
Collection item (incoming or outgoing) Cost + $10
Documentary Cost + $50
Gift check $2.50
Money order $2
Overdraft transfer (from savings or money market) $5
Returned item (paper or electronic) $15
Stop payment (paper or electronic) $25
Wire Transfer
  • Incoming
  • Outgoing ($50 minimum)
  • Interntational

$10
$25
$35

Miscellaneous Services

 
Copies (checks, statements, vouchers) $2
Legal document processing $50
Merchant credit card processing At cost
Monthly activity printout
  • First page
  • Second & subsequent pages

Fee free
$2
Payroll processing At cost
Research (all requests) $20/hr.
Returned statement (invalid address) $5

Other

 
Out of compliance (missing required documents and/or licensing) $100/mo.

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