Saying no to big fees from big banks

America's three biggest banks earned $6.4 billion from consumers’ ATM and overdraft fees in 2016. Yikes! The average overdraft fee is a whopping $35, and the average ATM fee is $3.* These exorbitant fees typically affect lower and moderate-income people the most, and that’s simply not fair.

Banking is coming to MoneyLion Plus

We believe there’s a better way to help people save and thrive. That’s why we’re expanding MoneyLion Plus to include VIP banking without the velvet rope. Soon the MoneyLion Plus membership will offer all-access banking with:

  • No overdraft, ATM, or maintenance fees
  • 0% APR instant cash advances
  • Debit card
  • Instant loan transfers

The new banking features will complement the existing MoneyLion Plus benefits for an all-in-one membership:

  • Savings into a guided investment account
  • 5.99% APR loans (only $16 in yearly interest)
  • $1 daily cashback
  • Credit monitoring and credit-building tools
  • Personalized financial advice
  • Rewards points that can be redeemed at hundreds of retailers nationwide

MoneyLion Plus will continue to cost only $29 per month (less than a typical overdraft fee), and members can still reduce their membership cost to $0 per month by logging into the mobile app to earn $1 cashback every day.

For exclusive early access, join MoneyLion Plus now

Become a MoneyLion Plus member today to get early access when VIP banking is available in the coming months. Good credit is not required, and you get a $10 bonus when you sign up.

To be notified as soon as MoneyLion Plus banking is available, join the waitlist now.

*CNNMoney analysis verified by S&P Global Market Intelligence.







Disclosures
MoneyLion Plus general disclosure: MoneyLion Plus membership required. View full terms and conditions here.

MoneyLion Plus investment account: * Not FDIC Insured or Bank Guaranteed * May Lose Value. The guided investment account is subject to risks, including but not limited to the loss of principal. Not bank or FDIC insured. This advertisement should not be construed as a recommendation regarding the suitability of purchasing a particular security or securities in general.