The wait is over.
It's more than a checking account.
It's your MyMoney Account with Early Pay and Fee Forgiveness!
With your MyMoney Account you'll enjoy benefits such as:
*Immediate credit of your direct deposit to your Bellwether MyMoney account up to two business days early is based upon when we receive your payroll from your employer. Bellwether cannot assume any liability for not depositing these funds to your account early. Must be a member of Bellwether or eligible for membership with direct deposit of net pay into a MyMoney Account. **Must have a MyMoney account to qualify for annual overdraft and monthly Savings Transfer fee waivers. Standard Overdraft fee is $30 and Savings Overdraft fee is $10. Fees apply for all transactions and are imposed immediately with no repayment period.
Use our free mobile banking app to check your accounts or deposit checks. Pay your bills online. Access your eStatements at home. Sign up for Direct Deposit and have your paychecks distributed to your MyMoney account as soon as they're made available. Manage your checking account anywhere and anytime. And if you want to talk with one of our friendly representatives, our three New Hampshire locations have their doors open for you. Bellwether membership is also open to anyone living or working in Essex or Middlesex Counties in Massachusetts!
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Simply refer a friend to open a checking account and you could both receive $50!
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Find out how you can start saving!
Switching your direct deposits and automatic payments to Bellwether Community Credit Union doesn't need to be a hassle. We've made it easier than ever with ClickSWITCH.
In as little as 10 minutes, switch all of your direct deposits and automatic payments to your new or existing account at Bellwether. This eliminates the hassle of having to contact each business and helps to ensure that you don't miss a payment during your account transition.
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Looking for something else? Our LIVE FREE checking account offers plenty of FREE services without any maintenance fees or minimum balance requirements.
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Bellwether's Courtesy Pay overdraft account help out when you accidentally overdraw your account!
It only takes $5 to open a savings account and join the Bellwether family!
A checking account is a bank account that's used mainly for transactions. In fact, the technical term for a checking account is a "transaction account." The owner is usually able to withdraw from or deposit money into a checking account at any time. When you have a checking account, you're able to get a checkbook to write checks.
A checking account is mainly used for transactions, so it's common for the owner to frequently make withdrawals or deposits. A savings account is used to set aside money so that it won't be used in transactions.
Savings accounts usually have more strict usage rules. For example, most banks and credit unions require savings accounts to have a minimum balance at all times. Savings accounts usually have transaction limits, which means you're limited as to how many times per month you can pull money from the account. The rules exist so that you'll use the account to set aside money and not spend it.
A debit card is linked to a checking account. When you use a debit card to make a transaction, the money is pulled from your checking account. It's a substitute for cash.
You'll have a variety of ways to check your checking account when you open one with Bellwether. You can check your account at any one of our three New Hampshire branches, or you can check your account online or on our free mobile app. We can also send you monthly account statements by mail.
A checking account has a number of benefits. It provides records of payments and gives you more financial security by allowing you to deposit cash in a safe place. A checking account makes it easier for you to pay or get paid, since you're able to make electronic transactions or transactions via check.