PROPEL Rewards Checking
With PROPEL Rewards Checking, you get the following benefits:
At Northeast Bank, it pays to be a PROPEL Rewards checking customer. By keeping your account active, you:
- Get refunded for your streaming service every month for the first year*
- Get 10 cents back on every purchase with your Northeast Bank debit card for the life of the account*
Get Your Paycheck up to 2 Days Early
Get access to your recurring direct deposit from your employer, social security, retirement account, or other recurring monthly income up to 2 days early. Early direct deposit depends on timing. Earlier availability is subject to payer providing payment details and ability to support the feature.
Enjoy Free ATMs
Enjoy the freedom to choose any ATM, when you need it – via unlimited ATM surcharge rebates. Simply accept the disclosed fee, and we will automatically refund it within three business days.
Pay No Monthly Service Fee
Earn rewards with no worry about a monthly service fee - this checking account is free!
* To receive the rewards, the following must be met during the statement cycle: receive a total of $1,000 or more in direct deposits and complete 20 debit card transactions that post and settle within the monthly statement cycle. Up to $15.00 per statement cycle can be rebated for accounts who purchase a monthly subscription through one of the following: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney +, HBO Max, or Hulu Monthly. This promotional reward will be available on the account for the first 12 months from the date of account opening or until 12 monthly credits have been applied to the account. For each Debit Card transaction that is posted and settled during the monthly statement cycle, the account will be credited $.10 up to $25. This reward will be applied to the account at the end of the statement cycle. Propel Rewards Checking requires a $25 minimum deposit to open. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. Consumer deposits only. Available to Maine residents only. Refunds for streaming services and credit for debit card transactions may be taxable. Please seek advice from a tax professional.