Established in the late 1800s, Synovus is a full-service, FDIC-insured bank that offers checking, savings and money market accounts. It also offers savers a variety of CD terms.
It has branches in only five states: Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina.
You can find higher yields elsewhere.
ATM network is geographically limited to Southeastern U.S.
You can telephone a customer service representative at Synovus seven days a week.
The website is a good source of information, too, though the bank doesn’t publish its rates on deposits. You have to call for that information.
The site contains lots of calculators to help consumers make financial decisions and educational articles on personal finance topics. Synovus’ brick-and-mortar branches and ATM network are limited to the Southeast, but consumers who find its accounts attractive can take advantage of them through digital banking.
About Synovus Bank
Based in Columbus, Georgia, Synovus serves the retail and commercial banking needs in the Southeast U.S. It has roughly $48 billion in assets and supports more than 290 branches in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina. It is an established, full-service financial company, with loan and deposit products, investment services, financial planning and wealth management.