Prime Alliance Bank Review | The Ascent by Motley Fool

Prime Alliance Bank offers two types each of personal checking account and business checking account.

Prime Alliance Bank Alliance Checking

This is Prime Alliance Bank’s non-interest-bearing checking account. It’s free for everyone. Additionally, it has no minimum balance requirement. There are no limits on monthly transactions, and you can access your cash for free at one of over 100,000 MoneyPass® or Allpoint® ATMs nationwide.

Prime Alliance Bank Personal Interest Checking

The Personal Interest Checking account will likely appeal to more people. It also has no monthly maintenance fee. Even better — it earns interest. You won’t earn much unless you keep a large sum in your checking account, but anything is better than nothing. Personal Interest Checking customers also get access to the online and mobile banking tools and nationwide ATM networks that Alliance Checking members get.

Prime Alliance Bank Keep It Simple Business Checking

This is a non-interest-bearing business checking account. It might appeal to those with smaller balances who don’t want to worry about bank fees. It includes free checks, no monthly remote deposit fee, reduced wire transfer fees, and unlimited transactions.

Prime Alliance Bank Prime Business Checking

The Prime Alliance Bank Prime Business Checking account is essentially the same as the Personal Interest Checking account. Note there are larger balance requirements to move up the APY tiers with this account. There are no transaction limits or monthly maintenance fees, and you get a business debit card for accessing cash.

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