downhillskier said: Thank you! Redneck Bank, Evantage Bank and AmericaNet Bank are internet divisions of three Oklahoma banks which are all owned by the Huckabay family. I'm not sure why one got left out of the table, but you can add it for completeness. The account details are the same for all three and its website is http://redneckbank.com - while you're at it, the notes say "sold out on the website", but that's no longer true for any of them.
You're welcome. I've added it, and removed "sold out on website". If any other changes are needed, feel free to let me know.
AugustFour said: SomeOtherChick said: Sorry, I'm a little scared to mess with the giant chart in the QS, but SalemFiveDirect is back up to 1.00% APY now. what is the maximum deposit that qualifies for 1.00% APY?
Looks like GE Capital Retail Bank (note, this is different than GE Capital Bank) which is now call GE Capital Retail Bank Optimizer +plus no longer in the thread summary list. https://www.myoptimizerplus.com/banking/index.htm The saving rate is 0.95% APY.
GE Capital Retail Bank (fomerly GE Capital Bank and formerly MetLife Bank) will change its name yet again on June 2 to Synchrony Bank. There will be no account or routing number change. This should end any possible confusion with GE Capital (Industrial) Bank. The Optimizer program is still being retained.
(Speaking from experience) This requires that you fight with them, constantly to do what they promised. It isn't worth the work to fight with Compass Bank - the employees just don't care. And just because you finally get a rep that understands what they did wrong and promises to fix it... that doesn't mean it will ever get fixed (2 months and counting for me).
Compass Banks sucks - do yourself a favor and stay away.
I've got a old Alliant CU account that I haven't used in a while, but will be selling my home and getting a large chunk back.(50K+) I loved how fast Alliant's ACH transfers were, and I was able to link the account to many of my CC companies and utilities for bill payments. Should I just keep the Alliant account even though it's paying .70% or try one of the banks with a 1.00% or .90% rate? Do any of those offer the ability to link for bill pay?
On a different but similar note - how do folks like SmartyPig. Looks intriguing.
I have stayed with Alliant CU for balances $50K+. Even though the rate is 70%. ACU has the best ACH push or pull's and moves are always the next day. I love that! When I find a good rate on a short CD, then I often move some of that money into the CD. But for bill pay and liquid funds, Alliant CU is my "go to" place.
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