EZ Checking is perfect for active online banking users who still want the flexibility to bank at a branch. There are no minimum balance requirements and a simple way to avoid the monthly maintenance fee. Plus, EZ Checking makes it easy to stay in control of your spending and saving with the option to add personalized e-Savings accounts - so you can manage your spending and savings buckets.

All SunTrust checking accounts include these great features:

EZ Checking account features:

  • No minimum balance required.
  • All the essentials - like unlimited Debit Card use and the flexibility to bank in person at branches.
  • Exclusive checks - your first 30-pack of SunTrust Exclusive checks is included.
  • Benefits for debit card users. If you are a frequent debit card user, those purchases count toward the 10 monthly transactions required to waive the monthly maintenance fee.

To waive the the $7 monthly maintenance fee:

Make 10 or more client-initiated
transactions during the statement cycle6AND
Sign up to receive a
paperless online statement7

 

For more information please see the Account Overview and Fee Schedule:

Account Overview

Fee Schedule

 

Disclaimers

1SunTrust does not charge a fee for the use of SunTrust Online Banking with Bill Pay. However, fees may apply for certain transactions like expedited payments and transfers to non-SunTrust accounts.

2SunTrust does not charge a fee for the use of SunTrust Mobile Banking or Tablet Banking. If you do not already have a data plan with your wireless service provider, normal data rates will apply. A SunTrust Online Banking account is required to enroll in any of the Mobile and Tablet Banking services.

3SunTrust Mobile Deposit is available for iPhone and Android Mobile Apps and iPad and Android Tablet Apps - only for use in the United States and its territories.

4No fees for SunTrust ATM use. Fees apply for ATM-printed statements or mini-statements.

5SunTrust Solid Theft Protection is serviced by Global Protection Solutions, LLC. A SunTrust Consumer checking account is a requirement of enrollment. Three levels of protection: Classic: Included; Gold: $11.99/month; Platinum: $14.99/month. The monthly fee is per member per month.

6Client-initiated transactions: Deposit and withdrawal transactions made (includes transactions such as those made with the assistance of a teller, at an ATM, or by Direct Deposit, mobile device, wire transfer, Online Banking transfer, automatic transfer, telephone transfer, Popmoney transfer, ACH debit or credit, online bill pay, mobile bill pay, check, or Check Card purchases including PIN Point of Sale (POS) and signature-based purchases). These transactions must be posted to your account during the statement cycle. Bank fees and overdraft protection transfers are not included. Both the stated number of client initiated transactions and online/electronic statement are required to avoid the monthly maintenance fee.

7Suppression of paper statement each statement cycle. Electronic statement will be available through Online Banking.

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