Assured Money is an overdraft privilege that covers you to a pre-set limit of $500 on your personal checking account, thus relieving you of any worry should you inadvertently overdraw your account. AssuredMoney applies to overdrafts created by check, in-person withdrawal, ATM withdrawal, or other electronic means. You will be charged our regular overdraft fee ($33.93) for handling each item. AssuredMoney is a privilege, not a loan, so regular deposits must be made to your checking account to cover overdrafts for the AssuredMoney privilege to continue. All outstanding overdrafts must be covered within thirty (30) days of the date of overdraft. First Volunteer Bank reserves the right to decline payment of overdrafts if these conditions are not met.
Wire Transfers allow you to move money from any of your First Volunteer Bank accounts to any other financial institution’s account. You can do a wire transfer by stopping by your First Volunteer Bank location or by accessing your Internet Banking Account.
The the attached link will take you to the Money Smart website on the FDIC.gov website. You can learn how to budget and manage your money more efficiently.
See your First Volunteer Banker for details.