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Capital One Checking: Internet Online Checking Account Review

Capital One Bank is offering their Internet Online Checking Account that currently has one of the best checking rates available. Capital One’s checking account isn’t available in all ares of the United States but you can quickly enter your zip code on the bank’s site to see if the checking account is available in your area. 

Capital One Direct’s current online checking account rate is 1.01 percent with an online checking account yield of 1.01 percent. The bank’s checking rate beats most online savings account rates these days.

An online checking account at Capital One Direct Banking is opened online. The process is quick and painless. Here is a link to the application: Capital One Online Checking Account Application.

Checking Benefits from the Internet Online Checking Account from Capital One

  • Free Checking
  • There are no monthly fees with this account.
  • No minimum balance to earn the current interest rate.
  • Online banking (online bill pay)
  • View account information online or by calling the automated account information line at 1-888-810-4013 
  • Paper Checks
  • Debit Card
  • Direct Deposit

In addition to having a checking account with a great interest rate Capital One Banking is also offering a Rewards Checking Account that earns miles. For more information on the Rewards Checking Account to go: Rewards Checking

Author: Jason P. Jones
December 22nd, 2010

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