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Well, now that you asked...

At first, I wasn't too impressed (as their interface has a slight resemblance to USAA and a few community banks here in New Jersey -- must be their service provider).

But -- I am glad to see that the Visa deposits (which is a thousand times better than ACH transfers!) did not disappear, and the fact that FIBI can now receive and notify me of e-bills is a major plus for me (considering how much time I spent on the road over the past year).

With all that having been said, I think the $500 minimum (to avoid an otherwise low monthly fee) is a bargain (In comparison, if I wanted free bill pay at Fleet Bank, the largest super-regional in these parts), I'd have to have at least 10K in an account that pays less than 1 percent APY (thanks, but no, thanks!).

How about the rest of you? Anyone feel any differently?

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