What can a student get from having a CIBC bank account?
I'm a student and I use CIBC. Is there anything that's only for students that's well...good for using/to get? Can we get our own cheques, too?
- Grown ManLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
With CIBC Online Banking, you can bank anywhere you use a computer with Internet access, at no additional charge; with the CIBC Online Banking Security Guarantee, you can bank worry free.
Services offered by Online Banking:
*Check balances for your CIBC bank, credit card and mortgage accounts
*Pay your bills online (up to 5 bills at once) and schedule automatic payments for one-time or recurring bills
*Register online to pay bills by phone and through bank machines
*Receive bills from participating companies with our E-bills service
*Transfer funds between accounts, including cash advances from your *CIBC VISA account to your bank account
*Send money securely with INTERAC Email Money Transfer
*Apply for products including credit cards, RRSPs, Personal Line of *Credit and Overdraft Protection
*Order cheques online**
*Download your bank information into financial management or spreadsheet software such as Quicken and Microsoft Money
*Manage your business banking (including government tax filing and payment) with Small Business Banking
However, I bank with USAA, which offers pretty much the same account advantages, except you have to be affiliated with the U.S. Military;
-USAA's Teen Checking and Savings let you start your teen on the path to financial responsibility.
-With teen checking account, teens get automatic ATM refunds and a free debit card, and they can even qualify to make deposits from home
-A USAA Savings account pays interest while teens save up to buy things they want.
-my.usaa.com — A website designed exclusively for teens where they can transfer funds, make deposits from home, and view their account statements online.
Good luckSource(s): http://www.cibc.com/ca/how-to-bank/online.html https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_utils/McStaticPages?...
- Anonymous5 years ago
$20-40 plus the amount of the cheque. There may also be an overdraft fee. To be on the safe side keep the $350.30+40 in your account from here on out until it is settled.