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CIBC Chequing Account

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CIBC offers you various facilities by way of packages if you have more than one account. For instance, the CIBC Homeowner Banking Bundle allows you discounted chequing accounts if you also use their secured line of credit or have a mortgage. Further, you can get the CIBC package that includes overdraft protection, CIBC PremierService chequing account, preferred savings account option, and no annual fee credit card.



CIBC Chequing Account

Should you opt for the CIBC chequing accounts services, you’ll have to pay a monthly fee that varies according to the facilities that each account provides. The bank offers special services for senior citizens over the age of 60, students, or new residents in Canada. Choose from personal banking solutions such as eDeposit for depositing cheques over your mobile phone and the CIBC’s Mobile Banking App. Using the CIBC debit card for Apple Pay is another facility.

Best CIBC Chequing Accounts in Canada

CIBC PremierService Account

You’ll pay the highest monthly fee with this account, but it also offers you a range of attractive services:

  • No limit transactions
  • Overdraft protection
  • Availability of specific CIBC credit cards with no annual fee
  • No limit withdrawals from external ATMs
  • Facility of shopping on the internet using the CIBC Advantage Debit Card
  • Ability to receive no limit Interac e-Transfers and send two Interac e-Transfers each month at no charge

CIBC Smart Account

Here are the facilities you can expect with the CIBC Smart Account:

  • No limit Interac e-Transfers
  • Varying monthly fee according to number of purchases on debit cards
  • 12 transactions allowed for a minimum monthly fee of $4.95. Each subsequent transaction incurs a charge of $1.25 until you reach a maximum of $14.25 per month.
  • External ATM withdrawals are chargeable
  • Possibility of having the monthly fee waived subject to conditions like maintaining a minimum daily balance of $3,000 and setting up a recurring direct deposit or 2 automatic deposits per month.

CIBC Everyday Chequing Account

The CIBC Everyday Chequing Account is ideal for users with limited banking requirements. Here are some other features:

  • 12 transactions and the possibility of shopping over the internet using the CIBC Advantage Debit Card for a monthly fee of $3.90.
  • Fee payable on each Interac e-transfer sent
  • No fee with the maintenance of a minimum balance each day

CIBC US$ Personal Account

The CIBC US$ Personal Account allows you to make transactions in US currency without conversions. Other features include:

  • No monthly fees payable
  • Possibility to earn interest by way of a tiered interest rate system
  • Fixed transaction fee payable for debit purchases, bill payments, pre-authorized payments, transfers, cheques, and withdrawals.
  • No facility for sending or receiving Interac e-Transfers




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