Simple checking with super access
Sometimes all you need to build the right foundation for your everyday financial tasks is a simple checking account. Free Checking from 7 17 Credit Union does just that. This checking account gives you the convenient, anytime access to your money that you need. 7 17 checking accounts are federally insured by the NCUA. Learn more about account insurance.
- No minimum balance
- No monthly fee
- Unlimited check-writing with no charge
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7 17 Credit Union provides banking services to the greater Warren, Kent, Ravenna, Canton, and Youngstown, OH, areas. If you're eligible to join, you can take full advantage of all 7 17 products and services designed to help you improve your financial well-being. Those that are eligible to join must live, work, worship, or attend school in Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana, Summit, Portage or Stark counties. If you qualify for membership, you will need to provide your personal information (name, physical address, Social Security number and birthdate) along with two acceptable forms of identification (examples include an unexpired driver’s license, an unexpired United State passport, unexpired government issued ID or a Social Security card).
7 17 Credit Union offers four separate checking accounts. Our Free WOW Checking and Free Checking are available without fees. Our Benefits Plus® Checking, which is loaded with perks, is available for $5 monthly, $4 if you’re age 50 years or older. Our Basic Checking, which offers a reduced Courtesy Pay fee, is available for $7 monthly. Please note there is a required opening deposit when opening a Checking Account with 7 17. The opening deposit for all Checking Accounts is $25.
The 7 17 Visa® Rewards Debit Card lets you rack up points with every purchase. Members can redeem points online for a variety of merchandise and travel rewards. Earn more points and access additional rewards, such as a cash-back option, by combining with your Visa® Platinum Rewards Credit Card ScoreCard Rewards points. Learn more.