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Landmark Fifty

Landmark Fifty

An account designed for age 50 and above that offers special benefits.

  • Minimum deposit to open – $100
  • No minimum balance requirement
  • No minimum balance required to earn interest
  • No monthly maintenance fee
  • Unlimited transactions
  • Free Check Card (Upon Approval)
  • No ATM charges for First Landmark, Presto, or Allpoint ATMs.  All other ATM fees imposed will be waived up to (5) five per account per statement cycle
  • On-Line Banking available at no cost for account inquiries and transfers between accounts
  • On-Line Bill Pay available. If Bill Pay is inactive for more than 90 days, a $5.95 fee will be assessed for each month the bill pay service is inactive
  • People-to-People money transfers (Popmoney) available within On-Line Bill Pay. Each transaction will assess a $.50 personal payment transaction fee which is debited from your account. Transaction and dollar limitations may apply
  • Free basic checks
  • Bonus interest rate paid on Certificates of Deposit with a minimum one-year maturity (not available on promotional CD rates)
  • Free Cashiers Checks and Gift Cards
  • Free Notary Service
  • Interest is calculated using the daily balance method by applying a daily periodic rate to the principal balance in the account each day. Interest is compounded daily, credited monthly and paid on collected balances
  • Printed Statements are provided monthly; electronic statements available
  • Tiered interest rates based on account balances are subject to change without notice

$0.01 – $2,500.00
$2,500.01 – $10,000.00
$10,000.01 – $25,000.00
$25,000.01 and over

The minimum daily balance referenced in this schedule is the current daily ledger balance less the amount of any checks deposited that are in the process of being collected. The average available balance is calculated by adding the collected balance for each day of the statement period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the statement period.