Save money the easy way
Save money the easy way and choose Round-Up Savings!
Choose to round-up your Grand.bank Debit Card purchases to the next dollar and transfer the difference into your Grand.bank savings or money market account automatically each time you make a purchase.
How does Round-Up work?
Let’s say you spend $9.51 at the store using your Grand.bank Debit Card. Later that night, the system sends $9.51 to the store from your checking account and transfers $0.49 into your Grand.bank savings account. Your checking account statement will show two separate transactions totaling $10. It’s like using a $10 bill at the store and then throwing the change into a jar when you get home.
The round-up “change” from your transactions accumulates during the day and then posts to your Grand.bank savings “jar” the next day.
How do I enroll?
Just stop by the bank in person or call us at (800) 300-1467 to speak to a Customer Service Representative, and they will help you get started today! Online and mobile enrollment are not yet available.
What if my checking account balance is getting low?
The Round-Up program knows to not round-up if your checking account balance is zero or negative or will become zero or negative as a result of the round-up.
Limitations: The Round-Up Savings program is limited to Grand.bank Debit Card purchases, and Round-Up amounts can only be deposited into a Grand.bank Emergency Fund, Simple Savings or Money Market account. ATM transactions are excluded. To stop your Round-Up Savings program, simply call us at 800-300-1467 during business hours.
Call us at (800) 300-1467 or (601) 264-1467 to get started today!
Once a purchase has been posted to the account, the round-up will occur by the end of business the following day.
Important Information About Procedures For Opening A New Account.
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account and each beneficial owner of an account.
What this means for you: When you open a personal account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents. When you open a business account, we will ask for certain business documents and identifying information of each business owner.