Deposit Account Agreement
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GENERAL RULES. The following rules apply to all types of accounts:
1. Deposits. Deposits may be made in person, by mail, or in another form and manner as agreed by us in our sole discretion. We are not responsible for transactions mailed until we actually receive and record them. We may, at our sole discretion, refuse to accept particular instruments as deposits. Cash deposits are credited to your account according to this Agreement. Other items you deposit are handled by us according to our usual collection practices. If an item you deposit is returned unpaid, we will debit your account and adjust any interest earned. You are liable to us for the amount of any check you deposit to your account that is returned unpaid. In addition, you are liable to us for all costs and expenses related to the collection of any or all of that amount from you. Funds deposited to your account are available in accordance with the Disclosures.
2. Collection of Deposited Items. In receiving items for deposit or collection, we act only as your agent and assume no responsibility beyond the exercise of ordinary care. All items are credited subject to final settlement in cash or credits. We shall have the right to forward items to correspondents including all Federal Reserve Banks, and we shall not be liable for default or neglect of said correspondents for loss in transit, nor shall any correspondent be liable except for its own negligence. You specifically authorize us or our correspondents to utilize Federal Reserve Banks to handle such items in accordance with provisions of Regulation J (12 CFR Part 210), as revised or amended from time to time by the Federal Reserve Board. In the event we are subject to local clearinghouse rules, you specifically authorize us to handle such items in accordance with the rules and regulations of the clearinghouse.
If we permit you to withdraw funds from your account before final settlement has been made for any deposited item, and final settlement is not made, we have the right to charge your account or obtain a refund from you. In addition, we may charge back any deposited item at any time before final settlement for whatever reason. We shall not be liable for any damages resulting from the exercise of these rights. Except as may be attributable to our lack of good faith or failure to exercise ordinary care, we will not be liable for dishonor resulting from any reversal of credit, return of deposited items or for any damages resulting from any of those actions.
3. Set-offs and Liens. We may set-off funds in your account and any other accounts held by you, jointly or individually, to pay any debt you may owe us; this includes any item(s) that we have cashed for you that are returned to us unpaid. If the account is a joint account, we may offset funds for the debt of any one of the owners. In addition, you grant to us a security interest in your deposit accounts to secure any debt you may owe us in any non-consumer transaction.
4. Claims. In response to any garnishment, attachment, restraining order, injunction, levy, citation to discover assets, judgment, reclamation, other order of court or other legal process (“Claim(s)”), we have the right to place a hold on, remove from your account(s) and/or remit to the designated third-party(ies) any amount on deposit in your account as set forth in and required by such Claim(s). If the account(s) is/are held jointly, we may place the hold, remove from the account(s) and/ or remit the amounts from the account(s) arising from any Claim(s) relating to any one or more of the account holders. In addition, we may charge against your account(s) any fee authorized by law in connection with the Claim(s) or as otherwise set forth in the Disclosures.
5. Expenses. You agree to be liable to us for any loss, costs or expenses that we incur as a result of any dispute involving your account, including reasonable attorneys’ fees to the extent permitted by law, and you authorize us to deduct such loss, costs or expenses from your account without prior notice to you.
6. Dormant/Inactive Accounts. You understand that if your account is dormant or inactive, you may be charged the fee specified in the Disclosures and we may stop paying interest to the extent permitted by law. You understand that your account balance may be escheated (that is, turned over to the state) in accordance with state law.
7. Joint, Trust, Fiduciary and Custodial Accounts. You acknowledge that if your account is set up as a joint, trust, fiduciary or custodial account, it is your sole responsibility to determine the legal effects of opening and maintaining an account of this nature.
8. Joint Account. If this is a joint account, all deposits are the property of the person(s) indicated on the account and we may release all or any part of the amount in the account to honor checks, withdrawals, orders or requests from any person named on this account. Any person named on the account is liable for the amount of any overdraft fees regardless of whether he or she signed the item or benefited from the proceeds of the item. Upon receiving written notice from any person named on the account, we may freeze the account. The account may be frozen until we receive written notice, signed by all parties named in the account, as to the disposition of funds. We may use the funds to satisfy a debt or judgment of any person named on this account if ordered to do so by a court of law.
9. Joint Account With/Without Right of Survivorship. If this is a joint account with right of survivorship, on the death of one of the account holders, that person’s interest in the account immediately vests in the surviving joint account holder(s) as their separate property. If this is a joint account without right of survivorship and we receive written notice of the death of a joint account holder, we may freeze the account until we receive satisfactory evidence as to the disposition of the account.
10. In Trust For Account. If this account is noted as an In Trust For account, the trustee(s) may change the named beneficiary(ies) at any time by a written direction to us. The trustee(s) reserves the right to withdraw all or part of the deposit at any time. Such payment or withdrawal shall constitute a revocation of the trust agreement as to the amount withdrawn. The beneficiary(ies) acquires the right to withdraw only if: (i) all of the trustees die, and (ii) the beneficiary is then living. The beneficiary(ies) is only entitled to the amount that is in the trust after all of the trustee’s(s’) outstanding checks and debits have been paid. If all of the beneficiaries predecease the trustee(s), the named beneficiary’s(ies’) death shall terminate the trust and title to the money that is credited to the trust shall vest in the trustee(s). If two or more beneficiaries are named and survive the death of all of the trustees, such beneficiaries will own this account in equal shares without right of survivorship, unless otherwise indicated. If the primary beneficiary predeceases the owner(s), when two or more contingent beneficiaries are named and survive the death of the owner(s), such beneficiaries will own this account in equal shares without the right
of survivorship, unless otherwise indicated. Named beneficiaries are assumed to be primary unless indicated as contingent.
11. Custodial Account. A custodial account is subject to applicable law as adopted by the state in which the account is opened. The documents that authorize the custodianship may be required for the account. An account opened under the Uniform Transfers/Gifts to Minors Act must be opened in the name of a custodian “as custodian for (name of minor) under the Uniform Transfer to Minors Act”. There may be only one custodian and one minor as beneficiary for each minor account.
12. Power of Attorney. If you wish to name another person to act as your attorney in fact or agent in connection with your account, we must approve the form of appointment.
13. Fees, Service Charges and Balance Requirements. You agree you are responsible for any fees, charges, balance, or deposit requirements as stated in the Disclosures.
14. Non-Sufficient Funds and Overdrafts. If your account lacks sufficient funds to pay a check, preauthorized transfer, or other debit activity presented for payment as determined by your available account balance or actual (ledger) balance, we may (1) return the item or (2) pay the item at our discretion.
Available Balance. The available balance reflects deposits and transactions that have been posted to your account and transactions that have not posted to your account, including the following: checks you have written, deposit holds, and holds on debit card transactions that have been authorized but not yet posted (i.e., preauthorization holds). These pending transactions and holds reduce your available balance. For example, you have $100 in your account and you spend $30, which shows as a pending transaction on your account. Your available balance is $70.
Fees. If there are insufficient funds to pay an item based on your available balance, we may either: 1) return the item or 2) pay the item at our discretion. We may charge you fees if we return the item or pay the item on your behalf.
Return Item For Non-Sufficient Funds. If we do not pay the item on your behalf and return the item, we may charge you non-sufficient funds fees. Pursuant to NACHA Operating Rules and Guidelines and other applicable laws, an item may be presented for payment more than one time. We may charge you non-sufficient funds fees for each resubmission of an item or representation of a check, which means you may incur multiple non-sufficient funds fees if an item is returned more than one time. For example, you write a check from your account with us. The check is returned for non-sufficient funds, and we may charge you a non-sufficient fund fee. The same check is then represented to us for payment, and the check is returned again for non-sufficient funds. We may charge you a non-sufficient fund fee the second time the check is presented for payment and returned for non-sufficient funds.
Overdrafts. If we pay the item on your behalf, you will be responsible for the overdrawn balance, and we may charge you overdraft fees. As discussed above, subsequent pending transactions and holds impact your available balance, which may cause your account to become overdrawn and subject to overdraft fees. For example, you have $100 in your account. You use your debit card at a gas station and a preauthorization hold of $60 is placed on your account because the amount of the transaction is not known at the time of authorization, even though you only spent $50 at the gas station. The authorization hold reduces your available balance to $40. You then spend $50 on groceries. If we pay this item on your behalf, you will be responsible for paying the overdrawn balance, and we may charge you overdraft fees.
Actual (Ledger) Balance. The actual (ledger) balance method calculates your account balance only based on transactions that have settled, and it does not reflect pending transactions or checks that have not posted to your account. For example, you have $100 in your account and spend $30. Your actual (ledger) balance is $100 because the pending $30 does not reduce the amount of funds you have to spend in your account.
Fees. If there are insufficient funds to pay an item based on your actual (ledger) balance, we may either: 1) return the item or 2) pay the item at our discretion. We may charge you fees if we return the item or pay the item on your behalf.
Return Item For Non-Sufficient Funds. If we do not pay the item on your behalf and return the item, we may charge you non-sufficient funds fees. Pursuant to NACHA Operating Rules and Guidelines and other applicable laws, an item may be presented for payment more than one time. We may charge you non-sufficient funds fees for each resubmission of an item or representation of a check, which means you may incur multiple non-sufficient funds fees if an item is returned more than one time. For example, you write a check from your account with us. The check is returned for non-sufficient funds, and we may charge you a non-sufficient fund fee. The same check is then represented to us for payment, and the check is returned again for non-sufficient funds. We may charge you a non sufficient fund fee the second time the check is presented for payment and returned for non-sufficient funds.
Overdrafts. If we pay the item on your behalf, you will be responsible for the overdrawn balance, and we may charge you overdraft fees.
If applicable, overdrafts may be covered by our standard overdraft practice that comes with your account or an overdraft protection plan, such as a link to an account or a line of credit. As part of our offered standard overdraft practice, we do not authorize and pay overdrafts on ATM or everyday debit card transactions unless you request us to do so. Please refer to the Overdraft Services Consent Form for more information about overdrafts and our standard overdraft policies, if applicable, and refer to your Truth In Savings disclosure for more information about our overdraft privilege policy.
15. Processing Order. We will process items, such as credits, checks, and other debit items in accordance with our processing order policy. The processing order of these items is important because if your account balance has insufficient funds to pay for the items in the order that they are processed, we may charge you non-sufficient funds fees if we return the item or charge you overdraft fees if we pay the item on your behalf.
16. Amendments and Alterations. You agree that the terms and conditions governing your account may be amended by us from time to time. We will notify you of amendments as required by applicable law. Your continued use of the account evidences your agreement to any amendments. Notices will be sent to the most recent address shown on the account records. Only one notice will be given in the case of joint account holders.
17. Notices. You are responsible for notifying us of any address or name changes, the death of an account holder or other information affecting your account. Notices must be in a form and manner acceptable to us with enough information to allow us to identify the account. Notice sent by you to us is not effective until we have received it and have a reasonable opportunity to act on it. Written notice sent by us to you is effective when mailed to the last address supplied.
18. Certified Beneficial Owner Information. If you are obligated to certify beneficial owner information at the time the account is opened, you are responsible for notifying us of any changes to the certified beneficial ownership information that was provided to us. Notice should be made to us as soon as practical upon a change to the beneficial ownership information in a form and manner acceptable to us.
19. Telephone and Electronic Communication. You agree that we may call or send text messages to you at the telephone numbers that you provide to us, including a cell phone number, which may result in charges to you, for informational purposes regarding your account(s) with us. These calls and text messages may be made from an automatic telephone dialing system (i.e., an autodialer) or from an artificial or prerecorded voice message system. Additionally, you agree that
we may send electronic communication to you at the email addresses you provide to us. You may contact us at any time if you no longer want to receive these communications from us.
20. Online or Mobile Services. If you open an account or obtain a product or service from us using our online or mobile services, we may record your personal information from a scan or a copy of your driver’s license or other personal identification card, or we may receive an image or make a copy of your driver’s license or other personal identification card. We may store or retain this information to the extent permitted by law.
21. Closing Account. We may close the account at any time, with or without cause, after sending you notice if advance notice is required by law. If applicable, a notice may be sent to you that specifies when the account will be closed. At our discretion, we have the authority to pay an otherwise properly payable check, which is presented after the closing of your account.
22. Transfers and Assignments. You cannot assign or transfer any interest in your account unless we agree in writing.
23. Applicable Laws and Regulations. You understand that this Agreement is governed by the laws of the state in which the account is opened unless federal law controls. Changes in these laws may change the terms and conditions of your account. We will notify you of any changes as required by law.
24. ACH and Wire Transfers. This Agreement is subject to Article 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code – Funds Transfers as adopted by the state in which the account is opened. If you send or receive a wire transfer, you agree that Fedwire® Funds Service may be used. Federal Reserve Board Regulation J is the law that covers transactions made over Fedwire® Funds Service. When you originate a funds transfer for which Fedwire® Funds Service is used, and you identify by name and number a beneficiary financial institution, an intermediary financial institution or a beneficiary, we and every receiving or beneficiary institution may rely on the identifying number to make payment. We may rely on the number even if it identifies a financial institution, person or account other than the one named. If you are a party to an Automated Clearing House (“ACH”) entry, you agree that we may transmit an entry through the ACH, and you agree to be bound by the National Automated Clearing House Association (“NACHA”) Operating Rules and Guidelines, the rules of any local ACH, and the rules of any other systems through which the entry is made.
Provisional Payment. Credit we give you is provisional until we receive final settlement for that entry. If we do not receive final settlement, you agree that we are entitled to a refund of the amount credited to you in connection with the entry, and the party making payment to you via such entry (i.e., the originator of the entry) shall not be deemed to have paid you in the amount of such entry.
Notice of Receipt. We will not provide you with notice of our receipt of the order, unless we are so requested by the transfer originator in the order. However, we will continue to notify you of the receipt of payments in the periodic statements we provide to you.
Choice of Law. We may accept on your behalf payments to your account which have been transmitted, that are not subject to the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, and your rights and obligations with respect to such payments shall be construed in accordance with and governed by the laws of the state where we are located.
International ACH Transactions. If your transaction originates from a financial agency that is outside of the territorial jurisdiction of the United States, it may be subject to additional review for compliance with the rules of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). If additional review is required, the International ACH transaction will not be available to you until it passes final verification.
25. Stop Payments.
Stop Payments on Checks. If you request us to stop payment on a check you have written, you will give written or other confirmation as allowed by us within 14 days of making the request. If you fail to confirm an oral stop payment request within the 14 days, unless our policy provides otherwise, we reserve the right to cancel the request. Your stop payment request must describe the item or account with reasonable certainty and we must receive the request in a time and way that gives us a reasonable opportunity to act on it. A stop payment on a check you have written will remain in effect until the earlier of 1) six months, or 2) until we receive written revocation of the stop payment. If the item on which a Stop Payment Order has been placed has not yet cleared or been returned to you by the payee, you may renew the Stop Payment Order for an additional six months by providing a request to us in a record or writing within the time period the Stop Payment Order is in effect. Our acceptance of a stop payment request does not constitute a representation by us that the item has not already been paid or that we have had a reasonable opportunity to act on the request. We may accept a stop payment request on lost or stolen checks, whether a single check or series, unless our policy requires we open a new account for you to ensure your security. Written communication includes communication by electronic record.
Stop Payments on ACH Debits. A Stop Payment Order may be placed on either a one-time debit transfer or on a multiple debit entry transfer. If you request a Stop Payment Order on an Electronic Check Conversion or other one-time debit transfer, we must receive the request, orally or in a record or writing, in a period of time that provides us a reasonable opportunity to act on it prior to acting on the debit entry, otherwise the Stop Payment Order shall be of no effect. If you requested a stop payment on a multiple or future debit entry transfer, we must receive the Stop Payment Order, orally or in a record or writing, at least three business days before a scheduled debit entry. Requests to stop all future payments on an ACH debit transfer may require additional documentation to be supplied to us. Oral stop payment orders are binding on us for 14 calendar days only, unless our policy provides otherwise, and must be confirmed by you in a record or writing within that period. A Stop Payment Order on an ACH debit will remain in effect until the earlier of 1) your withdrawal of the Stop Payment Order, or 2) the return of the debit entry, or, where a Stop Payment Order is applied to more than one debit entry under a specific authorization involving a specific payee (Originator), the return of all such debits. When a stop is placed on a multiple or future debit entry transfer, we may require your confirmation in a record or writing stating that you have canceled your authorization for the transfer with the payee (a Stop Payment Order does not revoke authorization). Written communication includes communication by electronic record.
The Stop Payment Order shall be governed by the provisions of Article 4A of the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted by the state in which the account is opened, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act (Regulation E), NACHA Operating Rules, and any applicable state law. You may be charged a fee every time you request a Stop Payment Order and for each Stop Payment Order renewal you make. You understand that we may accept the stop payment request from any of the joint owners of the account regardless of who signed the check or authorized the transfer. A release of the Stop Payment Order may be made only by the person who initiated the stop payment request.
26. Checks. All negotiable paper (“checks”) presented for deposit must be in a format that can be processed and we may refuse to accept any check that does not meet this requirement. All endorsements on the reverse side of any check deposited into your account, or on any check issued by you, must be placed on the left side of the check when looking at it from the front, and must be placed so as to not go beyond an area located 1-1/2 inches from the left edge of the check when looking at it from the front. It is your responsibility to ensure that this requirement is met. You are responsible for any loss incurred by us for failure of an endorsement to meet this requirement.
27. Electronic Checks and Electronically-Created Items. Pursuant to Regulation CC, electronic checks may be treated the same as paper checks for check collection and processing purposes. See the Substitute Checks section for more information. Electronically-created items (“ECI”) are check-like items created in electronic form that never existed in paper form. For example, you set up automatic bill payments with us to pay your utility bill. From your account information, we create an ECI that is sent to your utility company for payment. An ECI cannot be used to create a substitute check since it never existed in paper form.
28. Substitute Checks. To make check processing faster, federal law permits financial institutions to replace original checks with “substitute checks.” These checks are similar in size to original checks with a slightly reduced image of the front and back of the original check. The front of a substitute check states: “This is a legal copy of your check. You can use it the same way you would use the original check.” You may use a substitute check as proof of payment just like the original check. Some or all of the checks that you receive back from us may be substitute check(s). An electronic check can be used to create a substitute check since the electronic image and electronic information was derived from its paper form.
29. Remote Deposit Capture. Remote deposit capture (”RDC”) allows you to make deposits to your account from remote locations by electronically transmitting digital images of your original paper checks, which are drawn on or payable through United States financial institutions in United States dollars to us. We may then use the digital image to create an electronic check or substitute check for collection. If you use our RDC services, if applicable, we may require you to endorse the back of the paper check to indicate that it has been remotely deposited. For example, “for mobile deposit only.”
30. Preauthorized Checks or Drafts. You should guard information about your account (such as your routing number and your account number) as carefully as you would guard blank checks. If you voluntarily give such information about your account to a party which is seeking to sell you goods or services, without physically delivering a check to it, any debit to or withdrawal from your account it initiates will be deemed authorized by you.
31. Stale or Postdated Checks. We reserve the right to pay or dishonor a check more than 6 months old without prior notice to you. If you can write checks on your account, you agree not to postdate any check drawn on the account. If you do and the check is presented for payment before the date of the check, we may pay it or return it unpaid. We are not liable for paying any stale or postdated check. Any damages you incur that we may be liable for are limited to actual damages not to exceed the amount of the check.
32. Check Safekeeping. If you can write checks on your account and utilize a check safekeeping or any other system offered by us for the retention of your checks, you understand that the canceled checks will be retained by us and destroyed after a reasonable time period, or as required by law. At your request, we will provide without charge up to 25 canceled instruments or legible copies of the fronts and backs thereof per calendar year. Additional copies may be subject to a fee, as indicated in the Schedule of Fees or Disclosures. If for any reason we cannot provide you with a copy of a check, our liability will be limited to the lesser of the face amount of the check or the actual damages sustained by you.
33. Statements. If your account is a Checking, NOW, Money Market, or Statement Savings account, we will provide you with a periodic statement showing the account activity. The last address you supply us in writing will be deemed the proper address for mailing this statement to you. The account holder who receives this statement is the agent for his/her co-account holder(s) for purposes of receiving the statement and items. You must exercise reasonable care in reviewing your statement and reasonable promptness in notifying us of any discrepancies, such as alterations or forged or unauthorized signatures, even if by the same wrongdoer. You must notify us within 30 days after we mail or otherwise make the statement available to you of any discrepancies, except for transfers governed by the Wire Transfer Agreement. If you fail to notify us with reasonable promptness, you will have no claim against us to the extent permitted by law. Additionally, you agree that we will not be liable for discrepancies reported to us after one year after we mail or otherwise make the statement or items available to you, even if we failed to exercise reasonable care. However, if the discrepancy is the result of an electronic fund transfer, the provisions of our Disclosures will control its resolution. If you do not receive a statement from us because you have failed to claim it, or have supplied us with an incorrect address, we may stop sending your statements until you specifically make written request that we resume sending your statements and you supply us with a proper address.
34. Signatures. Your signature on the Account Information form is your authorized signature. You authorize us, at any time, to charge you for all checks, drafts, or other orders for the payment of money, that are drawn on us regardless of by whom or by what means (including facsimile signature(s)) may have been affixed so long as they resemble the signature specimen in our files. For withdrawal and for other purposes relating to any account you have with us, we are authorized to recognize your signature; and we will not be liable to you for refusing to honor signed instruments or instructions if we believe in good faith that one or more of the signatures appearing on the instrument or instruction is not genuine.
If your items are signed using any facsimile signature or non-manual form of signature, you acknowledge that it is solely for your benefit and convenience. You agree that no facsimile signature you have authorized us to honor may be considered a forgery or an unauthorized signature, and that every authorized facsimile signature shall be effective as the signatory’s own original, manual signature. You accept sole responsibility for maintaining security over any device affixing the signature as such signature will be effective regardless of whether the person affixing it was authorized to do so. Your authorization notwithstanding, we are not obligated to accept or pay any items bearing facsimile signatures.
Further, most checks and other items are processed automatically, i.e., without individual review of each check or item. Therefore, unless we agree in a separate writing, in our sole discretion, upon your request and due to unique circumstances to conduct individual review of checks or other items for more than one signer, you agree that we are acting within common and reasonable banking practices by automatically processing checks and other items, i.e., without individual review of each check or item. You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold us harmless from and against all loss, costs, damage, liability, and other injury (including reasonable attorney fees) that you or we may suffer or incur as a result of this practice.
35. Restrictive Legends. We are not required to honor any restrictive legend on checks you write unless we have agreed to the restriction in a writing signed by an officer of the financial institution. Examples of restrictive legends are “two signatures required”, “must be presented within 90 days” or “not valid for more than $1,000.00.”
36. Our Waiver of Rights. You understand and agree that no delay or failure on our part to exercise any right, remedy, power or privilege available to us under this Agreement shall affect or preclude our future exercise of that right, remedy, power or privilege.
37. Your Waiver of Notice. By signing the signature card/Account Information form, you waive any notice of non-payment, dishonor or protest regarding any items credited to or charged against your deposit account. For example, if a check that you deposited is dishonored and returned to us, we are not required to notify you of the dishonor.
ACCOUNT SPECIFIC PROVISIONS. In addition to the General Rules, the following rules apply to specific types of accounts:
CHECKING AND NOW ACCOUNTS
- Checking Accounts. If your account is a checking account, it will be either non-interest bearing or interest bearing as defined in the Truth in Savings Disclosure.
- Withdrawals. Deposits will be available for withdrawal consistent with the terms of our Disclosures. Withdrawals may be subject to a service charge.
- Withdrawal Notice Requirements. If your account is a NOW account or a non-demand deposit checking account, we have the right to require seven (7) days prior written notice from you of your intent to withdraw any funds from your account.
MONEY MARKET AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
- Withdrawals. We have the right to require seven (7) days prior written notice from you of your intent to withdraw any funds from your account. Withdrawals may be subject to a service charge.
- Regulation D Transaction Limitations. Federal regulation restricts the number of transfers or withdrawals you can make on a Money Market Account and Savings Account and requires compliance with these restrictions. You understand that we will not allow more transfers or withdrawals than the maximum number specified in the Disclosures. Certain transfers or withdrawals will count toward the transaction limitations.
- Transfers or Withdrawals Subject to Transaction Limitations. This transaction limitation includes transfers or withdrawals made to a third party if made by: phone, fax, computer, check, debit card, ACH, bill payments, or automatic transfers. The transaction limitation also includes transfers or withdrawals made to another account that you have with us if made by: phone; fax; computer; debit card; ACH; bill payments; or automatic transfers, including transfers for overdraft protection purposes.
- Transfers or Withdrawals Not Subject to Transaction Limitations. There is no limit on the number of transfers or withdrawals between the accounts you have with us if made by: mail, messenger, ATM, in person, or to repay a loan that you have with us.
If these restrictions are violated, we may be required to close your account, take away your ability to transfer funds, or convert the account to a checking or other transaction account.
- Passbooks. If your account is a passbook account and you wish to make a withdrawal without your passbook, we can refuse to allow the withdrawal. If your passbook is lost or stolen, you will immediately notify us in writing.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT/TIME DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS
- Account Terms. The Certificate bears interest at the rate and basis as set forth on the Certificate. The terms of the Certificate, such as the interest rate(s), Annual Percentage Yield (“APY”), length of term period, renewability, and date of maturity are specified on the Certificate and in the Disclosures provided to you at the time of account opening. Interest will not be compounded unless noted and will be paid to you at the frequency and in the method noted. If interest compounds during the term of the Certificate and may be withdrawn prior to maturity, the withdrawal of interest prior to maturity will affect the APY.
- Withdrawal Prior To Maturity. You have contracted to keep the account funds on deposit from the issue date until the maturity date. We may accept a request by you for withdrawal of some or all of the account funds prior to the maturity date at our discretion or as otherwise described in the Disclosures.
Additional Deposits During The Term. No additional deposits will be allowed to this account during its term unless otherwise described in the Disclosures.
Early Withdrawal Penalty. Unless provided otherwise in the Disclosures, we will assess an early withdrawal penalty on any withdrawal, either partial or in whole, that we allow you to make from your account prior to the account’s maturity date. The method for determining that penalty is described in the Disclosures
- Renewal. Automatic Renewal Certificates will renew automatically on the stated maturity date of its term. Such renewal will be for a time period equal or similar to the original term and subject to these terms and conditions. Interest for that renewal term will be paid at the interest rate then in effect at this financial institution for similar accounts. If you close the Certificate within the grace period following the maturity date, we will not charge an early withdrawal penalty for that withdrawal. The grace period following a maturity date is described in the Disclosures.
- Single Maturity. Single Maturity Certificates will not automatically renew at maturity. The Disclosures describe our policy concerning the account’s status following the maturity date. To ensure a continuation of interest earning, you must arrange for a new investment of the account balance.