Our Free WOW Checking account just got even better!

2.00% APY*

  • Nationwide ATM Fee Refunds
  • No minimum balance requirement
  • Free personalized debit card
  • The Edge account holders are eligible for a WOW Checking account

Get more WOW from your checking account

Our Free WOW Checking account gives you the convenient, anytime access that you need while offering the competitive rates that you want. Now, when all account requirements are met, 7 17 is offering 2.00% APY on your WOW checking account balances up to $25,000.* With no monthly fee or need to maintain a minimum balance, it’s the perfect checking account to help you plan for the important things in life.

WOW Checking account benefits: WOW Checking Monthly Account Requirements:
  • $200 Direct Deposit into the Free WOW Checking account (direct deposit requirement is waived for members of The Edge club)
  • 15 Visa® Rewards Debit Card point-of-sale transactions
  • At least one online financial transaction on your Free WOW Checking account through NetWorth24 Online Banking or Mobile Banking
  • Valid email address on file at 7 17
  • Enrolled in eStatements

If you live or work in Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana, Portage, Summit or Stark Counties, you are eligible to open accounts with 7 17 Credit Union.


*If account requirements are met in a calendar month: The highest dividend (2.00% APY as of 11/1/18) will be paid on balances up to $25,000 and a lower dividend, currently .05% APY (Annual Percentage Yield), will be paid on balances over $25,000. Receive up to $25 in total ATM fee reimbursements each month including fees from other financial institutions when individual ATM fees are not over $4.99 per transaction. ATM fees are credited at the end of the month. If account requirements are not met in a calendar month: The lower dividend rate (.05% APY as of 11/1/18)  will be paid on the entire balance. Dividends are compounded and credited monthly. The dividend rate is variable and subject to change without notice.

**Bill Pay is FREE to use, but if no bills are paid during a month, an inactivity fee may be charged for that month. Ask for details or see current Service Charge Schedule.