Top 5 Kasasa Checking Questions Answered 

Norm Plumstead

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When you walk into your local Honor Bank, you’ll be greeted with a warm and friendly hello, and the opportunity to learn more about Kasasa Banking! If you want to get a little more information about all the great benefits of Kasasa Checking, here are the top five checking questions answered for you…that most people are asking!

Is my Kasasa account always Free

Yes, Kasasa Checking is free checking!  There is never a monthly service fee, plus, there’s no minimum balance required to earn your rewards.

Are there rewards with Kasasa Checking?

Yes, Kasasa Checking is also rewards checking. Here are your choices:

  • Kasasa Cash earns a high interest rate of 2.01% on balances up to $10,000, every month you qualify.
  • Kasasa Cash Back earns 2.0% cash back on all debit card purchases up to $6 per month and every month you qualify.

How do I get my Kasasa rewards?

To make sure you get all your Kasasa rewards, just do these three things every qualification cycle each month:

  • Swipe your debit card 15 times
  • Have at least 1 ACH payment post and settle
  • Log into online banking

How can Honor Bank offer these great rewards? 

The simple things you do to earn your Kasasa rewards actually help us save money each month.  The rewards and refunds are our way of saying “thanks.”

What happens if I don’t meet my qualifications? 

You don’t earn rewards, but there’s no penalty fee. And never worry if you forgot something one month…it’s okay…the account is still free! You can try again next month. 

One thing you can be sure of…we want you to get all your rewards, so you can count on us to try and help you get the most out of your Kasasa Checking account! Sometimes we’ll remind you about the checking rewards your free checking account offers you!

Stop by any convenient Honor Bank location and we’ll greet YOU with a warm hello…

answer any more questions you have…and open your Kasasa Checking account today!

Find the best location for you and find all the details for Kasasa Checking here

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