Switch to Amplify and you’ll always pay $0 in bank fees no matter how you use your money.
Banking Without Fees
Stop giving your bank a ‘fee’ pass
Does it sometimes feel like your bank spends all its time chipping away at your savings with fees? At Amplify, we believe everyone deserves to keep the money they’ve earned. So we have a simple promise to our community: no bank fees no matter what.
Be more than a revenue stream
Fees are how many banks can turn a profit even while paying out interest to their customers. Our fee-free approach is designed to work equally for everyone — no matter the size of your savings account. Here’s our breakdown¹ of who wins — and who loses — when you keep your money with another bank.
Gen Z pays an average of $25.00 a month or $300.00 a year in bank account fees.
Millennials pay an average of $28.00 a month or $336.00 a year in bank account fees.
Gen X pays an average of $17.00 a month or $204.00 a year in bank account fees.
Baby Boomers pay an average of $22.00 a month or $264.00 a year in bank account fees.
How to go
Fee-free banking at Amplify is not an add-on or a premium service – it’s a standard benefit for every member, no matter how long you’ve been with the credit union. Here’s how to benefit from fee-free banking.
Open an Account
Our streamlined application allows you to open a new savings and checking account in just a few easy steps.
Transfer Your Spending
Our ClickSWITCH platform will identify existing payments and recurring deposits and automatically transfer them to your new Amplify account.
We know opening a bank account can be a lot, so we want to answer as many of your questions as we can. Still have questions? Email us at [email protected] and an actual human being will get back to you within 24 hours.
What makes credit unions different from banks?
Do you still offer overdraft protection?
Does fee-free apply to loans?
Does Amplify offer interest on their accounts?
Are there any hidden penalties?
What about ATM fees?
¹”Survey: Nearly half of Americans are sacrificing recession preparedness by paying checking fees,” Bankrate (1/17/2023)