No Service Charges
Why should you pay service fees if you don’t have to? Maintain a $1,000 balance in your Premier Checking account and say goodbye to fees – for good.
With a Premier Checking account, you’ll get free standard checks. And if you’d prefer custom checks with a bit more personality, we’ll give you a discount to make them more affordable.
Some checking accounts give back and the Premier Checking account is a case in point. Earn monthly dividends of 0.01% every year – with no minimum balance required!
Online & Mobile Banking
Banking should be easy, which is why we offer Premier Checking account holders access to an array of free online & mobile checking tools.
Premier Checking Account FAQs
We waive our service charges for accounts that maintain a balance of $1,000 or more, but there is no minimum balance required to maintain your account.
No, you’ll get free standard checks when you open your Premier Checking account – and a discount if you choose to buy custom checks.
Yes, Premier Checking account holders receive annual dividends at a rate of 0.05%. Check current rates here.
Learn Why Our Members Love PrimeWay
"I never feel like a customer, more like family. Over my years of membership, the bankers have taken the time to educate me about my money – they have made the process easy."
"My parents have been members for years. My family trusts PrimeWay."
"PrimeWay helped with my daughter's college tuition. The process was easy."
"I've been a member since 1968. My relationship with PrimeWay has been rock solid."
"Originally I joined PrimeWay because of a great rate on a personal loan. I've remained a member ever since."
"We live in this community and the new branch location is perfect and the promotional CD rate is even better."
*Rates subject to change without notice. All share certificates are compounded monthly or are paid monthly into regular shares, share draft, or money market. If you close any share account before dividends are paid, you will not receive the accrued dividends.
Additional fees may or may not be applicable, and if they are applicable, they could reduce the earnings on the account.