Easy Banking Club

1st Source Bank Purchase Rewards
Easy Banking Club
 

Bank with us. Get a handle on your money. The Easy Banking Club account helps you keep track of your finances. Plus, you can see a real person whenever you need one to get simple, straightforward financial advice.

Easy Banking Club personal checking benefits include:

  • Free online banking and e-statements - go paperless!
  • MAX Bill Pay gives you up to 50 bill pays with your Easy Banking Club account
  • Mobile Banking with Bill Pay and Mobile Deposit
  • Earn interest on your checking balances
  • Direct deposit - electronic, simple, safe
  • Unlimited check writing/no fee per check
  • Combined statements - checking/savings/CDs
  • Free front check images with your monthly checking statement
  • Overdraft line of credit available (subject to credit approval)
  • EveryDay Interest Savings available
 Plus:
 
1st Source Bank ATM Fee Rebate
ATM Fee Rebate
When you use another bank's ATM, 1st Source will reimburse our fee up to four times per year.
1st Source Bank Resource Plus Debit Card
Resource® Plus Debit Card
Make purchases anywhere MasterCard® is accepted and access your account at more ATMs in the area than any other bank.
FinanceWorks
FinanceWorks™
Manage all your finances in one spot. FinanceWorks™ is offered to you free, within Online Banking.
1st Source Bank Mobile Banking
Mobile Banking
Access your 1st Source personal banking accounts anytime, anywhere using your mobile phone or mobile device. Plus, with our app you can pay bills and make check deposits.
1st Source Bank Bill Pay
Bill Pay
Pay your expenses through Bill Pay. It's easy to use and saves time. You can pay almost any business or individual that you currently pay by check.
ID Theft Protection
ID Theft Protection
Sign up for regular monitoring of your accounts and information. 1st Source has partnered with Deluxe® to offer a great identity theft protection plan.
1st Source Bank Overdraft Transfer Service
Overdraft Transfer Service
Overdraft Transfer Service is a convenient way to let your savings account cover occasional overdrafts in your checking account.