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Bank of America CampusEdge Checking Account

Bank of America is offering their CampusEdge Checking Checking Account, which is geared toward high school and college students there is no monthly fees. After 5 years the checking account will be converted to Bank America’s MyAccess checking account. Bank of America requires proof that you are a student before they will approve the checking account.

The checking account doesn’t earn interest but you has the following benefits

  • Stuff Happens – You can get a one-time refund of one of the following fees: overdraft item fee, NSF: returned item fee, overdraft protection transfer fee, stop payment fee or non-Bank of America ATM fee
  • No minimum balance required
  • Free Bank of America Visa® Check Card
  • Free Online Banking service with unlimited bill pay
  • Easy for parents to directly deposit funds into your account, free of charge
  • Available online for students 18 years and older

CampusEdge Checking Account Application

 
Author: Brian McKay
July 18th, 2008

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