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Thrive Checking Account

Crafted to help you prosper.

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Not a Basic Checking Account

Checking accounts should come with tools to make life easier. With AmFirst Thrive™ Checking, you’ll get a no cost Visa debit card that earns rewards, no cost checks (possible shipping charge) with unlimited check writing, a spread of online and mobile services*, overdraft protection*, notary service, eStatements with check images, and more. It’s not your basic checking account.

 

Courtesy Pay Disclosures:

Courtesy pay results in a fee for paying everyday debit card transactions of $30 per presentment. The time period by which the member must repay or cover any overdraft is within 5 business days. We will not overdraw an account more than $500 using courtesy pay. We may overdraft at our discretion, which means we do not guarantee that we will always authorize and pay any type of transaction.

  • No minimum balance or monthly fee
  • Visa debit card with rewards
  • Online and mobile tools*
  • Unlimited check writing
  • No cost access to all Walgreens ATMs in Alabama with your debit card
  • 3 no cost third-party ATM transactions per month**

 

No Cost ATM Withdrawals

Get cash with no cost access to all Walgreens ATMs in Alabama and three free non-AmFirst ATM transactions per month (may be subject to surcharge by machine owner).

 

Digital Tools

Mobile banking, online banking, mobile deposit, direct deposit, and Flash Talk phone access make managing your checking account really easy.*

*Available to qualifying members only

Built for a complete lifestyle. Open with a minimum deposit of $25. Get a checking account with more tools and rewards.

Check out our rates

Low rates. Generous terms. Reasonable payments. That’s our AmFirst promise.

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HOLIDAY CLOSURE ALERT:

. All AmFirst branches will be closed Wednesday, June 19 in observance of Juneteenth.