CapitalOne 360, an online savings account service that is offering consumers maximum convenience and minimal costs to open and maintain a savings account has caught the attention of
"CapitalOne 360 has totally taken banking to the next level by slashing costs and fees by offering a banking service that is all online--not based in local brick and mortar branches," reports Michaels. "What's great about this service is that even though it's all online, it still offers great customer service just like a typical local branch would."
CapitalOne 360 offers banking services to any customer who has an internet connection with a computer, smartphone, or tablet. The online savings account offered by CapitalOne involves no setup or monthly fees, no account minimums, and no requirements to change banks in order set up the account. Up to six withdrawals are allowed from the online checking account per month, which can be transferred electronically to an account with a brick-and-mortar bank. Currently, CapitalOne 360 is also offering a
"A savings account service that has no fees and no minimum balances is something you don't see very often," says Michaels. "Plus with the additional bonus that CapitalOne 360 is offering for new accounts, it's a great way for people to set up an alternate savings account to manage their money more easily with the touch of a button."
"CapitalOne is a highly trusted name in the banking industry and thousands of customers have already taken advantage of the bonus offer and great customer service that these new accounts offer."
Those wishing to sign up for a Capital One 360 online savings account or for more information, click here.
To access a comprehensive Capital One 360 online savings review, visit their official site here.
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