What is iGO banking?

What is iGO banking?

iGObanking Mobile Banking It’s a fast, secure, and easy way to manage your accounts, deposit checks, pay bills, and much more — on the go, from any mobile device.

What are the 4 types of Checking Accounts?

Some of the different types of checking accounts are regular (basic) checking accounts, premium checking accounts, student checking accounts, senior checking accounts, interest-bearing accounts, business checking accounts, and rewards checking accounts.

Is iGObanking FDIC insured?

All of your iGObanking.com deposits are insured by the FDIC to the maximum allowable limits, giving you the confidence and security you deserve.

What is totally free checking?

With Totally Free Checking you don’t need to keep a minimum balance and you won’t be charged a monthly service charge. Other great features include Online Banking, Mobile Banking with Mobile Deposit, Bill Pay, eStatements with online check images, person-to-person payments with Popmoney® and more – all FREE.

Does iGObanking use Zelle?

Use Zelle in your iGObanking app to send money directly from your bank account to theirs. With Zelle, you can also receive money directly into your bank account within minutes1.

What are the 6 different types of checking accounts?

These are some of the most widely available types of checking accounts offered at banks and credit unions.

  • Traditional checking account.
  • Premium checking account.
  • Student checking account.
  • Senior checking account.
  • Interest-bearing account.
  • Business checking account.
  • Checkless checking.
  • Rewards checking account.

What is a time account?

A time deposit account is a type of interest-bearing bank or credit union account that requires you to leave your money in the account for an agreed-upon length of time, or term. If you want to access the funds in a time deposit account, you need to wait until the term is up.

Which banks pay you to open an account?

Best consumer checking account bonuses

  • Citibank: Up to $1,500.
  • BMO Harris: $200 or $350 bonus.
  • M Bank: up to $250 bonus.
  • Monifi: $250 bonus.
  • Chase Bank: $225 bonus.
  • Huntington National Bank: Up to $300 bonus.
  • Bank of America: $100 bonus.
  • TD Bank: $200.

What are the 2 types of checking accounts?

Types of Checking Accounts

  • Traditional Checking Account. A traditional checking account, also referred to as a standard or basic checking account, offers the ability to write checks.
  • Premium Checking Account.
  • Interest-Bearing Checking Account.
  • Rewards Checking Account.
  • Student Checking Account.
  • Second Chance Checking Account.