The purpose of the Workplace Banking Program is to help the employees of a HomeTown Bank Business Account holder Experience a Different Way to Bank. The program provides the enrolled employees of a Workplace Banking business participant the opportunity to obtain exclusive HomeTown Bank Workplace Banking Perks.
Exclusive Banking Perks
When employees of a HomeTown Bank business account holder opens a Performance Checking Account, their employees will receive the following bundles of discount and savings on our products and services.*
- Interest bearing checking account with NO monthly service charge, or minimum balance
- FREE Online Banking and Account Alerts**
- FREE Bill Pay: manage bills, eBills, auto payments, bill alerts
- One FREE box of checks
- FREE Mobile Banking and Mobile Deposit**
- 50% OFF origination fee on new home purchase or refinance***
- .25% Rate Deduction on Auto Loans or HELOC***
- NO origination fee on personal loan***
- $20 OFF one time only safe deposit box rental
- Competitive quotes on auto and home insurance coverage****
*To take advantage of "Workplace Banking" perks, you must complete a "Workplace Banking Program Employee Enrollment" form and provide proof of employment from a "Workplace Banking Business". All regular account opening procedures apply. A minimum deposit of $50 is required to open a "Performance Checking Account" and "Limits & Fees Disclosure" (Common Features). Payroll direct deposit must be set up on the checking account, unless your employer does not offer direct deposit.
**Your mobile carrier's text messaging and web access charges may apply
***Loans are subject to credit approval and program guidelines with lender fee discount applied toward lender fees and is credited at closing. Offer may not be combined with any other mortgage offer.
****Insurance Products are offered through Community Insurance, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Redwood Financial and may not be available in all states. Insurance Products are not insured by the FDIC; not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by, the depository institution; and subject to investment risks, including possible loss of principal amount invested.