Savings Bank of Danbury has 15 branches in Connecticut and thousands of surcharge-free ATMs nationwide through its Allpoint network. Its small business offerings include business savings and checking accounts, lending, cash management, merchant services, and business planning. It has an A+ Better Business Bureau rating and generally positive reviews on Facebook and Deposit Accounts.
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Savings Bank of Danbury Business Checking Rates & Fees
|Monthly Fee||No monthly fee|
|Minimum Balance Requirement||No minimum balance requirement|
|Transaction Fee||No per-check fees|
|Wire Transfer Fee||Incoming (domestic/international): $15|
Outgoing (domestic): $20
Outgoing (international): $45
|Cash Deposit Fee||Information not available|
|Overdraft Fee||$35 per item paid|
|ATM Fee||$1 per non-network ATM transaction|
Savings Bank of Danbury Network
Savings Bank of Danbury has 15 branch offices in Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Southbury, Stamford, and Waterbury, as well as lending offices in Farmington, Simsbury, Wallingford, and West Hartford. It is also part of the Allpoint network, which provides its customers access to thousands of surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. You can use its branch locator to check which locations are closest to you.
Savings Bank of Danbury Additional Business Banking Services
Savings Bank of Danbury also offers the following business services: business savings and money market accounts, credit cards, commercial lines of credit and term financing, development loans, SBA funding, and commercial real estate acquisition. It currently does not offer wealth management. Find out more about its small business offerings on its website.
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|Money Market Accounts||✓|
|Business Line of Credit||✓|
|Business Credit Cards||✓|
|Commercial Real Estate Loans||✓|
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