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Free and easy are not always synonymous. For example, one of the last commercial banks to offer free "no strings attached" checking has now changed their account name from "free checking" to "easy checking." What does that mean? According to reports from The Consumerist and AARP, it means while it may be easy to get an account, it's also easily possible that the financial institution will charge you additional fees. Charging $6.95 a month for checking – that's certainly not free, and in this economy, it doesn't really sound easy, either.

However, if you don't want to deal with this kind of tricky word play, an RBFCU checking account is the way to go. The name of our checking account tells you exactly what you're getting: Really Free Checking. And, we've incorporated "easy" into the product, not just the name, by providing:

If you're looking for free and easy, as well as outstanding member service, low rates and leading technology, don't turn to a financial institution that seems to be confused about the meaning of "free" and "easy." Instead, place your confidence in a local financial institution that's all about what's free, easy and best for you. Sign up for a Really Free Checking account today!

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