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Evantage Bank Temporarily Discontinuing Bank-To-Bank Transfer Service From Current Provider.

Thursday, January 26, 2012 - 7:00 PMEvantage Bank - Details
 Just a heads up if you need your money right away from bank to bank transfer. I got a email, and this is on their web site once logged in.
[H3]Bank-to-Bank Customers: Regretfully, we are temporarily discontinuing our Bank-to-Bank Transfer service from our current provider. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. We will notify you when our new provider is in place.

Any one-time transfers you have already scheduled will be sent. If you have scheduled recurring Bank-to-Bank transfers, they will not be processed beginning today.

In the meantime, you can still continue to transfer money between institutions by using Bill Pay, writing checks from your account, or contacting customer service for other options.

By using Bill Pay Services, you can easily transfer money from one financial institution to another.

 

Simply log in to online banking, click on one of your accounts, click “Bill Pay” on the menu bar, click “Add a Bill” and fill in the form to set up the account to which you wish to send money. In the form use your name for “Biller Name”, your account number at the other institution for “Account Number” and the other institution’s address for “Biller Address.” Then submit the form by clicking “Add Bill” at the bottom of the page. Go to “Payment Center” and find the Biller Name on your list of Bill Pay account, fill in amount and the date you wish the money to be paid from your Evantage Bank account to your account at the other institution. Recurring Bill Pays can be scheduled.

 

If you wish to transfer money into your Evantage Bank account, use these same steps, setting up your Evantage Bank account number as the payee through your other financial institution’s Bill Pay option.

 

You may also transfer funds by simply writing a check to another bank.

 

Contact Customer Service at 1-888-210-1868 for additional information.

 

We greatly appreciate your continued patronage[/H3]
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EnronLoveChunkEnronLoveChunk20 posts since
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1. Friday, January 27, 2012 - 10:37 AM
 Evantage, Redneck, and Americanet Bank are all the same financial institution.
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ShorebreakShorebreak2,364 posts since
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2. Friday, January 27, 2012 - 10:55 AM
I just talked to a CSR at Americanet Bank and one can still use your account at another financial institution to initiate a request for ACH transfer of funds. For example, just use your account at Ally Bank to request a funds transfer. It's just the software for Americanet Bank, and the other associated banks, that has been taken off-line for repair.
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