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Ok, here's my question.
Why shouldn't I use netbank as a replacement for my credit union account? (which has a 1.00% interest rate savings and a no interest no fees checking)

I've already opened a money market and checking account with netbank and am waiting for that annoying 30 day period to end before I set up
direct deposit.

I like having interest checking with no minimums and a money market with a decent rate for e-fund and such things.

Are there caveats I'm missing here? My credit union has no local presence so it might as well not be a B&M as far as I can tell.

(I also just discovered multiple no-surcharge ATMS near my house! woohoo!)

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