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Round Up program

  • Not to worry! If you don’t have sufficient funds in your checking account to cover the total round ups for the day, we’ll only transfer to your RoundUp Savings Account a partial amount, leaving your account balance at $0. Your checking account will not be overdrawn due to a round up.

    Also, any pending automatic transfers you have in your checking account will be prioritized over round ups.

  • You have three options to set up your RoundUp Savings: $1, the default one, $5, or $10. Depending on your choice, each purchase will round up or increase to the nearest $1, $5, or $10.

  • You can cancel the program and remove your Debit Card at any time. Simply send an email to [email protected] with your request, and we will take care of it.

  • As the RoundUp Savings Program works through your checking account, for point-of-sale, online purchases, and Debit Card recurrent payments, it works exclusively with the Debit Cards associated with your checking account.

  • Your round ups are transferred at the end of the day as one lump sum. You won’t see the roundup of an individual transaction, but the aggregate of all round ups that took place that day. Also, each aggregate deposit will only be reflected in your RoundUp Savings Account the next day.

  • Yes, we will transfer the change from purchases from funds in your checking account to the RoundUp Savings Account.

  • No. Because this is your money, there are no limits except those imposed by the round up amount you select, and the available balance in your account.

  • Yes. In your checking account, it will appear as “DEBIT CARD ROUND-UP SAVINGS WITHDRAWAL” and “DEBIT CARD ROUND-UP SAVINGS DEPOSIT” in the RoundUp Savings Account.

    You will also be able to access and manage the RoundUp Savings account with your Online and Mobile Banking.

  • No, because the transfers come from Debit Card purchases posted to your checking account.

  • No, participation in the RoundUp Savings Program is free, and best of all, you will also earn dividends to help you save even more.