Overdraft fees can cost you — and they add up fast. But overdrawing your account is avoidable. Here are solutions and money management tips to avoid overdrafts.
We know you face important financial decisions every day, and we are here to help. These resources will arm you with the knowledge and skills you need to make the financial decisions that are best for you and your family.
Low Balance Alerts
Set up low balance alerts to stay up-to-date on your account activity. Get a text or email when your account balance drops below an amount you set. These alerts, along with other handy alerts for balance updates, large withdrawals, and large deposits can help you proactively manage your money before you overdraw your account. How do I enroll for personal account alerts?
If you find you are incurring many overdraft charges, there may be other products or tools that better fit your financial needs. We offer a convenient way to protect yourself from costs associated with returned checks.
Choose from four automatic transfer options: Regular Savings, Money Market account, Overdraft Credit Line, AdvanceLine Personal Line of Credit, or a First Interstate Mastercard®. All options are activated automatically, so the transfer covers your transactions before you get into an overdraft situation.
We believe top-notch service is priceless. But certain services simply cost what they cost. Here’s what we charge for common transactions.
Your Deposit Booklet
Everything you need to know about your privacy, account terms and conditions, electronic funds transfers, and funds availability.