Memorial Day Closing
On Monday, May 27, 2019, all of our Chartway branch locations and Member Solutions Center will be closed in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. You may access your accounts 24/7 through online and mobile banking.

Cash Back Checking

Spend money, make money with our new Cash Back Checking account.

With Cash Back Checking you can earn 3% cash back on every day purchases every time you use your debit card.

Cash Back Checking accounts offer:

  • 3% cash back on purchases when you make 10 or more a month
    (up to $10 cash back per month/$120 a year)
  • Up to $10 in non-Chartway network ATM fee reimbursements per month
  • No monthly maintenance fees

Earn Cash the easy way

  1. Make 10 or more debit card purchases per month.
  2. Deposit $500 or more each month.
  3. Sign up for online banking.
  4. Elect to receive eStatements

Make the Switch to Chartway

Switching your checking account to Chartway is as easy as 1-2-3!

1 Open your new Chartway account

Take care of your new account first, and it’ll be a smooth move from your old one.

Click — It's easy and quick to open your account online. Our system will walk you through each step.

Visit — Stop by your neighborhood Chartway branch. We'd love to see you and open your new account!

Call — We can open your new account over the phone. Give us a call at (800) 678-8765 and we'll take care of it!

2 Set up Direct Deposit

No more paper paychecks! With direct deposit, your money goes right into your Chartway account! Provide your employer with your new Chartway account number and routing number.

If you are a Federal employee, including military, start with Sign-Up Form 1199A. If you're employed at a private company, contact your payroll or Human Resources department to get things started.

Check Example

3 Close your old checking account

Redirect your automatic payments/debits to your new Chartway account. Don't forget loan payments, insurance premium payments, utility payments, membership dues, donations, and any other recurring debits to your account.

Let your outstanding checks clear from your old account.

Once all activity has been phased out, contact your prior financial institution, and request that the account be closed.