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What services does Ascend banking provide?

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As of 2015, Ascend Federal Credit Union provides bank services such as the option to open a checking account. The credit union also offers its consumers a money market account. Customers can also obtain credit cards with the bank.

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The bank offers the Preferred checking account and Legacy checking account for its clients. The company's preferred checking account earns dividends and includes identity fraud support service. Also, the checking account has purchase protection and extended warranty service on eligible items.

These features cost the customer a monthly fee. The Legacy checking account does not have a monthly fee and does not earn any dividends. Also, the Legacy checking account does not share the same benefits that come with the Preferred checking.

The money market account the bank offers gives the customer the ability to make six free withdrawals each month. The bank only requires $2,500 to open the account for use, as of 2015. The credit union can also assist customers in obtaining the company’s credit cards that have an APR starting at 9.50 percent. The card also has a no-penalty APR and carries a late payment fee of $25 a month. Finally, the bank offers services for both personal accounts and business accounts.

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