Lone Star Bank Review 2022
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Lone Star Bank is a good fit for individual customers and businesses in the Houston area. It's also suited for people looking for competitive rates on deposits and those with supersize deposits who need extra FDIC coverage.
- ATM Fee Refunds
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- Highly Rated App
Based in Houston, Lone Star Bank is a federally insured community bank serving individual consumers and businesses, small and large.
It has a highly rated mobile app for Android and iOS devices.
Customers can make mobile deposits, pay bills online and make person-to-person payments.
Lone Star Bank does not have an ATM network.
It has only four branches.
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Lone Star Bank savings overview
The APY is competitive.
The account comes with access to online and mobile banking.
The service charge, should you incur it, is only $6 per quarter.
A $200 deposit is required to open the account.
With only four branches, customers who prefer ATMs and branch banking will find the account harder to access.
Lone Star Bank has a highly rated mobile app, so customers can easily manage their accounts from anywhere. It also offers access to multimillion-dollar FDIC protection for depositors who need it. To contact the bank, customers fill out a form on the website and submit it. There is a phone number, but it is not listed prominently on the site.
About Lone Star Bank
Lone Star Bank is a community bank that was established in Houston in 2006. Most of its business is in commercial banking, but it also offers a full slate of personal banking products. It is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Lone Star Bank has a mobile app and offers online banking, as well as electronic bill payment and person-to-person electronic payments. It has four branches, all in Texas.
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