Sun National Bank’s Basic Savings or Basic Money Market Account (MMA) offers security, tiered interest rates and easy access to your money. With Basic Savings, you’ll have ATM access and unlimited withdrawals, or choose the Basic MMA and enjoy the convenience of check writing.
Basic Savings / Money Market Account features:
Tiered interest rates
No monthly fee with minimum daily balance of $300 (Savings) or $1,500 (Money Market Account)
Free online banking
Check writing available with money market account
Basic Savings requires a $300 minimum daily balance to avoid a $7 monthly fee. Basic Money Market requires a $1,500 minimum daily balance to avoid a $15 monthly fee. Basic Savings and Basic MMA is limited to no more than six preauthorized withdrawals, automatic or telephone transfers, checks, drafts, and debit card transactions and similar transactions from your account per month or statement cycle. A $15.00 charge per item will apply for excessive transactions. Other service fees may apply. Additional terms and conditions are made available at time of account opening.
Important Information about Procedures for Opening a New Account Online
By applying online, you will automatically be issued an ATM or Visa® debit card and enrolled in online banking. When opening a Money Market account, you agree that Sun will not authorize nor pay overdrafts on your ATM and everyday debit card transactions, unless you are otherwise provided with an option to choose.
Sun Financial Services, LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sun National Bank.
INVEST Financial Corporation (INVEST), member FINRA, SIPC, a registered broker dealer and registered investment advisor, is not affiliated with Sun Financial Services, LLC, or Sun National Bank. Securities, advisory services and insurance products are offered through INVEST, and affiliated agencies:
Are not insured by the FDIC or any other government agency;
Are not deposits or other obligations;
Are not guaranteed by any bank; and
Are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal invested.