EmpireOne Federal Credit Union has two physical branches in New York: West Seneca and Buffalo. Their customers can withdraw funds in person at either branch location or at thousands of ATMs in the AllPoint network. Their offerings include business savings, checking, and club accounts. They have generally positive reviews on Facebook, DepositAccounts, and Bankrate.
To be eligible to become a member of EmpireOne Federal Credit Union, you must live, work, worship, or go to school in Erie County — or be an immediate family member of someone who does.
EmpireOne Federal Credit Union Business Checking Rates & Fees
|Monthly Fee||$7 per month if the balance falls below the required minimum|
|Minimum Balance Requirement||Minimum balance requirement of $100|
|Wire Transfer Fee||Outgoing Domestic Wire Transfers: $30|
|Cash Deposit Fee||N/A|
|ATM Fee||Six no-fee withdrawals per month, $1.00 per withdrawal thereafter|
EmpireOne Federal Credit Union Network
EmpireOne Federal Credit Union has two physical locations and ATMs in New York. Their customers may also get funds from thousands of ATMs in the AllPoint network. Additionally, customers can access their account(s) at shared service ATM locations throughout Western New York. You can use their branch locator to see what location is closest to you.
EmpireOne Federal Credit Union Additional Business Banking Services
EmpireOne Federal Credit Union also offers the following business services: mobile and online banking, business savings and money market accounts. Though they offer personal loans and credit cards, they do not currently offer these to businesses. They also do not offer wealth management services. Find out more about their small business offerings on their website.
|Online & Mobile Banking||✓|
|Money Market Accounts||✓|
|Business Line of Credit||x|
|Business Credit Cards||x|
|Commercial Real Estate Loans||x|
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