Protect Yourself from Overdrafts
In these challenging economic times, it's good to have a friend at your bank. At Nevada State Bank, we realize unintentional overdrafts sometimes happen. That's why we offer several options to help you minimize the inconvenience and cost of overdrafts.
Click here to see a summary of the ways we can help you avoid overdrafts
A revolving line of credit linked to your checking account. Click here to learn more.
Overdraft Deposit Transfer Service helps you avoid the inconvenience and expense of overdrafts and returned items. It links your checking account to a secondary account from which funds are automatically transferred to cover an overdraft situation for a nominal fee. Contact us for more information about how Overdraft Deposit Transfer Service can benefit you.
Helps you monitor the balances in your accounts 24/7. You can also transfer funds from one account to another, and receive alerts about transactions and about your account balance. If you already have an account with Nevada State Bank, click here to apply for Online Banking.
If you already have Online Banking, you can set up “MyAlerts” to send you an email if the account balance drops below a threshold you set. Click here to learn more.
Through Online Banking, you can also receive alerts about debit card transactions by email or on mobile devices. Click here to learn more.
For clients throughout the State of Nevada, Financial Guidance Center offers free classes in money management. Click here for more information.
If you have had accounts closed because you didn't understand the proper handling of a checking account, Fresh Start Checking can help you re-establish and maintain a satisfactory banking relationship. Click here to learn more.
Call us today at 800-727-4743, or contact your local Nevada State Bank branch Relationship Manager to find out how our Personal Banking Services can benefit you.