Want to earn a little extra cash each month just for doing what you already do?
Then sign up for the checking account that offers debit card Cash Rewards today. Each time you make a signature-based transaction with your AFFCU Visa Debit Card, you will earn 12 cents! Funds come directly from your checking account. Just be sure to choose “credit” when you make a debit card purchase and sign for the transaction to get the cash reward. At the end of the month you’ll receive your cash back into your checking account or you may opt to donate the funds to one of our special causes.
Zero liability for fraudulent transactions
No fee for point-of-sale transactions
Quick cash with no fee at nearly 30,000 ATM locations
Great idea! We have several Youth Savings accounts available, depending on your child’s age.
Something else – and I’d like to earn a good interest rate
Do you have some money saved up already?
Yes, quite a bit
Nice! Are you okay with leaving your money untouched for a while?
Great! We think you might like one of our Share Certificates. You agree to leave your money untouched for a while in exchange for a higher interest rate.
I’d prefer to make withdrawals when I need to.
Sounds good. Check out our Elite Checking account or Money Market account. These accounts are a little more flexible, but still gets you a higher rate.
No worries. Once you open a Regular Savings account, you can open secondary accounts for whatever you need, including college, rainy day funds and more.
I’d prefer just a basic savings account
Ok! Our Regular Savings sounds just right for you. It also secures your AFFCU membership.
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