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4% APY checking – Consumers Credit Union : Free Rewards Checking, up to 10K account balance, 12 debit card transactions, either 1 direct deposit / mo or 1 online bill payment / mo , enroll in online banking and estatements; Last update – 1/30/11

By , January 30, 2011
LINK Note: You can become eligible for CU membership via Consumers Cooperative Association (CCA). You join CCA by paying a one-time fee of $5.00 (see more info here). I did not go too far with the application process to see at what point/how you can join CCA. Terms: 4.09% APY for deposits up to $10,000.00 for Members meeting the qualification requirements. * Complete at least 12 Debit/Check Card Point-of-Sale Transactions (transactions must be made without using your Personal Identification Number, or PIN, to count towards the minimum of 12 and must be posted to your account on or before the last day of the calendar month). * Each month, make one direct deposit OR one ACH debit OR pay one bill using Consumers Credit Union’s free online bill payment system * Enroll in online banking * Opt for electronic statements rather than paper

2 Responses to “4% APY checking – Consumers Credit Union : Free Rewards Checking, up to 10K account balance, 12 debit card transactions, either 1 direct deposit / mo or 1 online bill payment / mo , enroll in online banking and estatements; Last update – 1/30/11”

  1. Eric says:

    Be careful to note that Consumers Credit Union only counts transactions that are entered as credit. So Debits dont count.

  2. admin says:

    Thanks, Eric!

    Are you referring to the 12 Debit/Check Card Point-of-Sale Transactions requirement (“transactions must be made without using your Personal Identification Number, or PIN, to count towards the minimum of 12 and must be posted to your account on or before the last day of the calendar month”)? If so, did you mean “PIN-based transactions” and “non-PIN transactions” by any chance? It is just hard think how one can do credit transactions with a check card since it is not a credit card (= you do not borrow money from a bank/CU, you pay with your own money).

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