USAA Bank Reaffirms Its Philosophy Of Free Debit And Free Checking

by Hank

USAA bank reaffirms its free checking account.In an environment where some major banks making plans to charge customers new monthly fees for using their debit cards, USAA Bank has recently reaffirmed that its debit card will continue to remain fee free. USAA has excellent service to military members and their families, and USAA Bank, the banking arm of the financial giant, remains committed to offering a free checking account and free debit card to its members. USAA’s free checking account and debit card have features such as:

  • Free checking – No monthly service fees regardless of balance.
  • Free nationwide ATM use – First 10 ATM withdrawals are free, and if another bank charges, we’ll refund up to $15 of their bank fees each month.
  • Deposit options – Make a deposit through one of more than 2,000 The UPS Store® locations, and qualifying members can also deposit checks from home, an iPhone™ or Android™ phone.
  • Free online and mobile banking – Check balances, transfer funds and pay bills using a computer, smartphone, USAA Apple iPad app or
  • Free USAA® Money Manager – Track spending with a personal budgeting tool.


Jerry October 2, 2011 at 5:01 pm

This is precisely why I have moved my banking to USAA as well as our homeowner’s insurance. This is the kind of thing that leads me to truly appreciate them as a company!

Diana October 6, 2011 at 11:26 pm

We absolutely love USAA. We started switching over various accounts in ’08 when I got sick of Bank of America and when I saw what my husband had been paying Geico for car insurance before we were married.

Since I saw your blog, I’ve been curious — do you know if USAA consolidates student loans?

Military Money November 8, 2012 at 5:15 pm

Diana – pretty sure USAA does not consolidate student loans. But I have to agree that USAA is the best!

Especially in this climate of rising ATM fees and bank fees, USAA definitely comes out on top.

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