Texas Capital Bank has more than 15 branches serving the cities of Fort Worth, Dallas, Austin, Houston and San Antonio. It provides its clients with access to more than 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide through its Allpoint Network. Its offerings include business checking and savings account, lending services, treasury and liquidity management, wealth solutions and more. It has an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau and generally positive reviews online.
Texas Capital Bank Business Checking Rates & Fees
|Monthly Fee||$12 per month, waived if balance requirement is met|
|Minimum Balance Requirement||$3,500 monthly average collected balance|
|Transaction Fee||Free 50 paid debits and 50 deposits, 25 cents per excess transaction|
|Wire Transfer Fee||Incoming: $20|
Outgoing (domestic): $22.50
Outgoing (international): $40
|Cash Deposit Fee||Information not available|
|Overdraft Fee||Information not available|
|ATM Fee||No Texas Capital Bank and Allpoint Network ATM fee; however, other bank ATM owners may impose their own fees|
Texas Capital Bank Network
Texas Capital Bank has more than 15 physical branches in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, Texas. Its customers also have access to more than 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide through its Allpoint network. You can use its branch locator to see what locations are closest to you.
Texas Capital Bank Additional Business Banking Services
Texas Capital Bank also offers the following business services: business savings and money market accounts, business credit cards, business lines of credit and wealth solutions as well as business loans, Small Business Administration loans and commercial real estate loans. Find out more about its small business offerings on its website.
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