First Citizens Bank

Free Checking

First Citizens Bank has more than 430 branches in Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington & West Virginia. If you live in any of those states and you are looking for a free checking account, you might want to consider opening an account with First Citizens Bank.

A free checking account at First Citizens Bank provides you with a checking account that has all of the features you need to manage your money without any fees.

First Citizens Bank Free Checking Features:

  • No monthly fees
  • No minimum balance requirement when you sign up for e.statements (electronic statements)
  • Unlimited check writing
  • $50 initial deposit to open a free checking account
  • Free Visa Debit Card with Debit Deals (ask bank rep for more info)
  • Free Online Banking with Bill Pay
  • Free Mobile Banking
  • Optional Overdraft Protection
  • Unlimited use of non-First Citizens ATMs (Although First Citizens Bank will not charge you any fees, you may be charged a service fees by the third party ATM operator, owner or network owner for transactions at non-First Citizens Bank ATMs )

Online Banking Benefits:

  • Manage your account on own time
  • Manage your account from everywhere you are able to access the internet
  • Bill alerts
  • Bill Pay portal to pay your bills on time
  • State of the art security to access your account with peace of mind

e.statement Benefits:

  • There are no fees to view your statements online
  • Allows you to download your statements whenever you choose
  • You can access your statements in Online Banking for up to 16 months
  • Viewing your statements online can potentially the risk of identity theft and mail fraud
  • Email notifications when your statements are ready

You must sign up for e.statements within 60 days of opening your checking account. If you don’t sign up, your account gets automatically converted to Select Checking Account and you will incur the associated fees.)

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