What we know so far
When Greenwood Bank officially launches later this year, it will offer spending and savings accounts for individuals. Few details about the accounts are available at this time, but here’s what we do know.
- Greenwood Bank accounts will not require a minimum initial deposit.
- It will support Apple Pay and Android Pay.
- Customers will be able to conduct peer-to-peer transfers.
- If your employer pays you through a direct deposit, you can receive your paycheck up to two days early.
- The mobile app will support mobile check deposits.
- The bank pledges not to charge any hidden fees.
- Greenwood Bank will have a global ATM network.
- Business accounts will be available at some point but not at the initial launch.
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Greenwood Bank customer service
You can contact Greenwood Bank’s customer support in three ways.
- Fill out the contact form on the bank’s website
- Email email@example.com
- Send a tweet to @bankgreenwood
Bottom lineGreenwood Bank may be an excellent choice for anyone looking for a digital bank with no hidden fees and no minimum initial deposit. Unfortunately, few details about Greenwood’s accounts are currently available. If you want to open an account, you can join Greenwood Bank’s waiting list today or explore other Black-owned banks.
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