- Easy to open an account
- Mobile app
- Debit cards
- No rewards programs
NorthOne Online Banking Review
NorthOne’s online banking service is limited to one type of checking account, which can be accessed through their mobile app or online.
NorthOne Online Banking Highlights
NorthOne Checking business Highlights
Pros & Cons
- Unlimited transactions with no fees
- Three ways to access customer support: phone, email, chat
- Extended customer service hours
- $10 monthly fee that can’t be waived
- ATM fees may apply
- Cash deposits using Green Dot locations incur a fee of up to $4.95 per deposit
Features Benefits & Rewards
Deposit Account (Business Checking)
The Deposit Account is the only type of account NorthOne offers. A $10 monthly account fee and no minimum deposit are required to open an account. NorthOne does not pay interest on the checking account balance.
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Opening an Account With NorthOne
Available in all states
NorthOne offers customer support via telephone, email, and live chat. We used the chat feature to inquire about their fees and found that they use a third-party chat service that uses a bot to answer questions.
We found NorthOne’s telephone system prompts easy to use. We were given the choice of holding for a live representative or entering a time to be called back, eliminating our need to wait on hold.
NorthOne is a relatively new fin-tech company that has grown rapidly. They recently secured a substantial round of Series B financing and provide banking services through an FDIC-insured bank – The Bancorp Bank. Besides a limited product line and their monthly fee, we see no major drawbacks to doing business with NorthOne.