To open a BankPurely savings and checking account only requires $1. After the initial deposit, there is no amount required to keep in the account. There are no monthly maintenance fees. The BankPurely CDs only require $1,000 to open. There are four different CD terms available.
CheckingPurely account earns interest. The interest rates are competitive with other online checking accounts. The rates are much higher than your typical brick and mortar checking account rates. Free bill pay and mobile check deposits are available with the CheckingPurely account. There is no monthly fee or amount required to keep in the account.
All the accounts at BankPurely offer competitive interest rates. The account rates are much higher than your typical brick and mortar bank rates. They are competitive with other online-only accounts.
Any amount in the BankPurely accounts earns the highest interest rates offered. There is no specific amount required to earn competitive rates. Your balance will earn the highest interest rate, no matter what amount. The savings and checking account only need $1 to earn those rates. The CDs require $1,000. The MMA does require a higher amount of $25,000 to open and earn interest.
There are no business accounts currently offered through BankPurely. The only accounts are personal deposit accounts.
The money market account through BankPurely has a high opening required amount. The amount to open the account is $25,000. This account earns competitive interest rates. You receive an ATM card attached to the account.
BankPurely offers personal deposit accounts. There is only one savings account, one checking account, and one money market account offered. BankPurely does offer CDs, but there are only four different terms available. The CD terms are 12 months, 24 months, 36 months, and 60 months.
BankPurely is powered through iGObanking.com. To open a BankPurely account, you will be transferred to the iGObanking.com website. All the online banking functions are available under the iGObanking.com brand. Your account is through BankPurely, but the technology is through iGObanking.com. You will not see the BankPurely logo when you are opening an account. It is the right place to open the account as long as you see the iGObanking.com logo.
There is no required amount to open the account or to keep in the account. Marcus does not have monthly maintenance fees. You start earning interest on anything over $1 in the high yield savings account.
Marcus offers very competitive interest rates on their savings account and CD accounts. The interest rates are competitive with other online-only accounts. They are much higher than your typical bank rates.
Many different term lengths of CDs are available. Marcus offers nine different CD term lengths from six months to six years. The longer the term, the higher interest rate you earn. All the CD interest rates are very competitive with other online-only banks.
The personal loans offered through Marcus do not have fees. The loans are a fixed-rate interest loan. You can borrow up to $40,000. These loans can be to consolidate debt or for home improvement projects. The loans range in length from 36 to 72 months.
Marcus only offers deposit accounts of CDs and a high yield savings account. Checking accounts, money market accounts, and business accounts are not offered.
Since Marcus does not offer checking accounts, you cannot transfer money between Marcus checking and savings accounts. The easiest way to deposit money into your Marcus savings account is to link to an external bank account. You can also send a wire or check. Marcus does not charge a fee to send or receive a wire transfer, but the external bank might.
Marcus does not offer an ATM or debit card for the high yield savings account. To access your money, you must transfer the money back into your external bank account. You can also request a wire transfer.
To open any CD with Marcus, $500 is required. That amount opens the CD and is the amount needed to start earning interest. The interest rates vary depending on the term length of the CD. The longer the CD term, the higher the interest rates.