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Charging $0 in bank fees since 2022

The internet is full of articles explaining how customers can avoid the fees charged by their bank. But what if your bank just stopped charging those fees in the first place? Since February 2022, Amplify has offered fee-free banking to all members.

Open an AccountSee our list of $0.00 bank fees

Get the most from fee-free banking

Fee-free banking at Amplify is not an add-on or a premium service. Fee-free banking is a standard benefit for every member, no matter how long you've been with the credit union. Follow these steps to get the most out of your Amplify experience.

  • Open an Account

    Our streamlined application allows you to open a new savings and checking account in just a few easy steps.

  • Download Our App

    Our mobile-first banking experience puts fee-free banking in the palm of your hand. Download our app in App Store or Google Play.

  • Transfer Your Spending

    Our ClickSWITCH platform will identify existing payments and recurring deposits and automatically transfer them to your new Amplify account.

    How It Works

Got Questions?

We know switching bank accounts can be a lot, so we want to answer as many of your questions as we can. Email us at and we'll have a team member answer your question within 1-2 business days.

  • What makes credit unions different from banks?

  • Does Amplify offer interest on their accounts?

  • Do you still offer overdraft protection?

  • Are there any hidden penalties?

  • Does fee-free apply to loans?

  • What about ATM fees?

Enjoy $0 in bank fees

Since 2022, Amplify has charged $0.00 in bank fees to our members. We didn't lower our fees - we got rid of our fees altogether. Open an account and enjoy the benefits of fee-free banking.

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¹The term bank fees refers to any fees associated with the operation of personal or business deposit accounts. This includes savings accounts, checking accounts, certificates of deposit, and money market accounts. Bank fees does not refer to personal, commercial, or real estate loan products, or to third-party services offered through Amplify (such as wealth management or credit card services).