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$4.95 or $0 when the following monthly qualifications are met:
• Have at least one direct deposit of $500 or greater AND at least 12 debit card purchases
• Maintain a balance of $1,000 or greater
To open a checking account, you must become a member with First Service. You can do this in three ways:
Our routing number is 313090561.
With First Service Digital Banking, setting up direct deposit is a snap! Simply follow these steps below:
Checking your balance is easy. Your balance is shown immediately when you log in to First Service Digital Banking or the FSCU Digital Banking mobile app on the Accounts Summary page. You can also check your balance at over 30,000 ATMs within the Shared ATM network.
The actual balance is the total amount of funds in your account. It does not reflect pending transactions, which have not fully processed and cleared your account. The available balance is the amount of the actual balance that is available for transactions.
You should only make transactions against the available balance. If you exceed the available balance, even though the actual balance may be greater, you may overdraw your account. This may result in bounced transactions, returned items, and service charges due to non-sufficient funds. For more details how transactions are processed and the order and timeframe in which they are paid, please see the Funds Availability Policy in the Member Service Agreement.
To check your available balance, log in to First Service Digital Banking or the FSCU Digital Banking mobile app. You can also check your balance at over 30,000 ATMs within the Shared ATM network.
Courtesy Pay is a service offered to checking account members and provides a limited level of protection from non-sufficient fund (NSF) service charges for returned checks and declined ATM or debit card transactions. Members must opt in to extend Courtesy Pay coverage to include ATM or debit card transactions that overdraw the account. It is not a loan — it is a courtesy extended to qualified members in good standing to cover items, up to your eligible limit. We pay overdrafts at our discretion, which means that we do not guarantee that we will always authorize and pay any type of transactions.
All First Service checking accounts give you the convenient tools you need to manage your account — anytime, anywhere.
Bank on your own schedule with 24/7 access to check your balances, make transfers, pay bills, and more.
Use our app to access your account and even deposit checks with your smartphone or tablet — it’s just a tap away!
Enjoy Texas-sized access at over 5,000 credit union branches and over 30,000 free ATMs nationwide.34
We know things don’t always go as planned. That's why your account gives you two ways to help you avoid overdrafts. You can create an extra line of defense for your account, by linking it to a savings account or line of credit.7
Plus, you can receive additional coverage with Courtesy Pay.8
If you accidentally overdraw your account, our two overdraft protections options will have you covered.
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 High Yield Checking: Higher dividends are paid and ATM fees are refunded each month when the following monthly requirements are met: must have at least one direct deposit with a minimum of $500 and have at least 12 debit card purchases. ATM fees are refunded up to $4 per transaction not to exceed a cumulative limit of $12 per month. A monthly fee of $4.95 will be assessed if these monthly qualifications are not met or an average daily balance of at least $1,000 is not maintained. Fees may reduce earnings.
 CO-OP Shared Branching: Account access at CO-OP shared branches is available after 45 days of membership. Shared ATM access is available to members immediately.
 Overdraft Transfer Fee: A fee of $5.00 is assessed for each automated transfer from a savings or line of credit to cover an overdraft; refer to our Insufficient Funds and Overdrafts terms for more information.
 Courtesy Pay: Courtesy Pay is subject to a 30 day waiting period for new accounts and member must meet Courtesy Pay Qualifications. Opting into Courtesy Pay covers checks and ACH transactions plus one-time debit and ATM transactions. Transactions exceeding your established limit (and other types of transactions) will not be covered. After 20 days negative, any remaining Courtesy Pay limit will not be accessible and the full negative account balance must be repaid within 30 days. An NSF charge is imposed each time an item is presented against insufficient funds. The payee (or the payee’s institution) may re-present a previously returned item. Each presentment against insufficient funds will result in a separate fee charge of $30 each time First Service pays an overdraft.
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