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You need to have one direct deposit a month to get interest on your checking. 

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DrForce said:   You need to have one direct deposit a month to get interest on your checking. 
    Not true.  After RagingBull just posted the correct info twice so no one would miss it?

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DrForce said:   You need to have one direct deposit a month to get interest on your checking. 
Well, that's how I qualify so I know direct deposit works.  I've been doing it that way (literally) for years!

It appears there could be additional ways to qualify and that's a good thing.  It might be a wise idea to check with Alliant first, though, just to be on the safe side.

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shinobi1 said:   
DrForce said:   You need to have one direct deposit a month to get interest on your checking. 
Well, that's how I qualify so I know direct deposit works.  I've been doing it that way (literally) for years!

It appears there could be additional ways to qualify and that's a good thing.  It might be a wise idea to check with Alliant first, though, just to be on the safe side.

   I have a .01 deposit going to Alliant checking from my M&T checking account every month.  There is $4 in my free no minimum balance M&T account.  I have been doing this for years.

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Argyll said:   
shinobi1 said:   
DrForce said:   You need to have one direct deposit a month to get interest on your checking. 
Well, that's how I qualify so I know direct deposit works.  I've been doing it that way (literally) for years!

It appears there could be additional ways to qualify and that's a good thing.  It might be a wise idea to check with Alliant first, though, just to be on the safe side.

   I have a .01 deposit going to Alliant checking from my M&T checking account every month.  There is $4 in my free no minimum balance M&T account.  I have been doing this for years.

  ACH pulls work too.

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So I just noticed that the new app has mobile deposit integrated. But using it isn't as good as the stand alone. The stand alone mobile deposit focuses better.

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jewsus said:   My checking is now showing 0% APY. Is there a new minimum balance or did they do away with high yield checking?
  Maybe your electronic deposit didn't happen?

  That's what it is.  Evolve is dead for Alliant.  Thanks!

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jewsus said:     That's what it is.  Evolve is dead for Alliant.  Thanks!
  Been dead for me all month (not even 4 payments allowed).  Was nice paying my "Loan" while it lasted!  I was wondering if anyone else was doing it...

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Hey everyone, I just joined Alliant a couple weeks ago. Great service so far, and I'm already earning interest on my Checking and Savings. So I was under the impression that Alliant had Shared Branching, as they are listed in the CO-OP Shared Branching directory. I went to a credit union down the street from work and tried to make a deposit. They found Alliant in the listing, but said my account wasn't eligible. It wasn't until I read the threads here that this is due to them saving costs. Well today I had an Alliant employee call me from the Houston branch to check up on my new account, and I asked her about this. Her response was since Alliant's branches are cashless, it wouldn't be fair for members to go into a different credit union and be able to deposit cash. But she did say that this feature was only available in some states. Just wanted to offer a different prospective on the answers that different people already gave.

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Now I'm wondering, if Alliant has cashless branches, what's the purpose of the branches?

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