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Regular Checking

Dearborn Federal Savings Bank offers an attractive interest-bearing checking account.  Compare.  You will soon discover the tremendous value customers have enjoyed for years.

  • $200.00 minimum opening deposit
  • Maintain a $400.00 minimum daily balance to earn interest and avoid fees
  • No per check fees – a flat $5.00 monthly service fee if the average daily balance is not attained. Service charged waived for customers age 60 and over.
  • Interest compounded and paid to the account monthly
  • First 50 checks provided free of charge

Telephone Banking

1-877-ASK-DFSB


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Community Checking

Your community banking institution is proud to offer a truly “free” checking account. Say “good-bye” to monthly service fees and minimum balance requirements. Say “hello” to Community Checking.

  • Suggested $200.00 minimum opening deposit
  • No interest is paid on this account type
  • No minimum balance to maintain; no monthly fee or per check charges
  • First 50 checks provided free of charge

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Insured E-Z Access Fund

Investors have the opportunity to earn money market rates while enjoying easy access and “peace of mind” knowing their funds are federally insured to the maximum amount allowed by law. 

  • $2500.00 minimum opening deposit  
  • Maintain a $400.00 minimum daily balance to earn interest and avoid fees
  • No per check fees – a flat $5.00 monthly service fee if the average daily balance is not attained. Service charged waived for customers age 60 and over.  
  • Rate of interest paid based on balance in the account; Interest compounded and paid to the account monthly     
  • No limit to withdrawals made in person or by mail. Pre-authorized transfers, which include those made by check, draft, debit card, ACH or similar order made by the depositor, are limited to no more than six per statement cycle. 
 
The Interest Rate and Annual Percentage Yield may change after account opening. Fees could reduce earnings on the account. All accounts insured by the FDIC to the maximum amounts allowed by law based on account ownership.