Fee Schedule

As of October 2020
Basic Checking Business Account Transaction Fee (Transactions in Excess of 100/Month)$0.25 Per Transaction
Executive Checking Business Account Transaction Fee (Transactions in Excess of 250/Month)$0.25 Per Transaction
Executive Checking Business Account Flat Fee
($7,500.00 Balance Required to Waive Fee)
$10.00/Month
Money Market Savings Account (Transactions in Excess of 3 Per Month)$1.00 Per Transaction
Inactive Account
(No Activity for 1 Year)
$5.00 Per Year
Draft PrintingDepends on Style of Draft Ordered
Deposited Checks (and Other Items) Returned Unpaid$30.00
Garnishments$20.00
After 30 Days of Continuous OverdraftThe Account May Be Closed
Nonsufficient Funds Item$30.00 Per Item
Account Research$10.00 Per Hour/$5.00 Minimum
Courtesy Pay$30.00 Per Transaction Per Day
Courtesy Pay (Business Account - Basic or Executive)$40.00 Per Transaction Per Day
Account Balancing Assistance$10.00 Per Hour/$10.00 Minimum
Stop Payments (All Items)$10.00
Stop Payments - Draft$10.00
Stop Payments - Series$15.00
Copy of Draft$4.00
Overdraft Transfer$3.00
Visa Gift Card$2.50
Money Order$1.00
Travel Money Card$3.50
Debit Card Replacement$10.00
Debit Card Expedited Overnight$50.00
Early Club Transfer / Withdrawal$3.00
Late Payment$5.00 or 5% of Payment (Whichever is Greater)
Late WV Mortgage Payment$15.00 or 5% of Payment (Whichever is Less)
Domestic Wire$20.00 VIZO Financial
$20.00 Western Union
International Wire$30.00
Bill PaymentFree
Returned Mail$5.00
Foreign Currency Purchase/Conversion$10.00 to $25.00
Mortgage Modification$500.00
Real Estate Credit Report (Individual)$30.00
Real Estate Credit Report (Joint)$50.00
Real Estate Flood Determination$23.00

A fee may be imposed for covering overdrafts created by a check, in-person withdrawal, ATM withdrawal, or other electronic means. Whether your overdrafts will be paid is discretionary and we reserve the right not to pay. For example, we typically do not pay overdrafts if your account is not in good standing, or you are not making regular deposits, or you have too many overdrafts.

A member-owner must bring an account to a positive balance within 30 days of the initial negative balance date. If not, negative balance account collection procedures will begin which could include legal action. Furthermore, the account may be charged off and negative information reported to the consumer reporting agencies. If the credit union is forced to take legal action, we shall be entitled, subject to applicable law, to payment of reasonable attorney’s fees and other costs associated with legal proceedings.