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Checking Account Offers – High Point NC

High Point, North Carolina is home to over 100,000 people and is considered the “Home Furnishings Capital of the World.” In addition to High Point’s rich history of furniture manufacturing, they have grown to expand their reach in customer service, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and photography. In a town so dedicated to celebrating the uniqueness and personality of its populace, it’s no surprise that they’ve embraced First Bank as their neighborhood bank. We deliver personalized banking services with a diverse set of options to choose from.

First Bank offers great checking accounts with some of the best rates and benefits in the High Point, NC, area. We have five different personal checking account options and five different business account options to meet the individual needs of our customers.

Personal Checking Account Options

If you are thinking of opening a checking account, consider First Bank’s personal checking account. We have three comprehensive accounts that range from basic to premium. They all include great benefits such as free online and mobile banking and free use of in-network ATMs*. First Bank’s checking accounts are hassle-free and easy to set up.

We also offer two demographic specific checking accounts. Students from High Point, South, and Laurel Universities under the age of 25 qualify for our Campus Checking account. Students who open a campus checking account will enjoy free mobile and online banking, mobile check deposit, flexible ATM use, and free online bill pay.**

With direct deposit of $250 a month, seniors (over 55) may qualify for no monthly maintenance fees.* At First Bank, we believe you shouldn’t have to worry about hidden fees, you should have something to show for those hard earned dollars!

Business Checking Account Options

First Bank’s business checking account offers range from our most basic Business Essentials account to our most advanced Commercial Analysis option.

If you are an individual or business owner, stop by First Bank on North Main Street in High Point, NC or on Brian Jordan Place in High Point, NC to speak with one of our associates about opening up a checking account today.


*Eligible personal deposits include checking, savings, Money Market, CD, or IRA. Eligible personal loans do not include residential mortgage loans. Direct deposit defined as external ACH credit. Transfers from other First Bank accounts or deposits made at a branch do not apply. Free ATM network includes First Bank and CashPoints® terminals. Out of network terminal owners may charge a service fee. Federal regulations limit withdrawals or preauthorized transfers to six (6) per month, including checks, drafts, online transfers, telephone transfers and debit card purchases. You may conduct an unlimited number of withdrawals at the ATM, in person at a branch, or by mail when the check is mailed to you.

**Account holders may avoid the Monthly Maintenance Fee by meeting any of the requirements listed in the Keep it Fee FreeTM section of the account summary table for their account type. Other account service fees may apply as described in the Account Services Fee Schedule available on our website at fees or at your local branch.

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Sources:

Investopedia: http://www.investopedia.com/terms/d/directdeposit.asp

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