2010 Credit Union Checking Study » Study results » Redstone FCULocation: Huntsville, Ala.Liberty CheckingYield
%Minimum to openMonthly service feeMinimum to avoid feePer-item
bankingFee to use
surchargeN/A$1.00$0.00$0.00unlimited$25.00Y$0.65$3.00Notes (including ATM Network affiliation):
NSF not tiered. Presto, CO-OP ATM Network.
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