Axos Bank

Deposits held and insured by BofI Federal Bank

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4350 La Jolla Village Drive, Suite 140
San Diego, CA 92122
Deposits held and insured by BofI Federal Bank

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Good Bank (Need More Chars)

I've been a customer since 2012 and haven't had any problems. Customer service via chat is always super-helpful and fast.


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As a Nationwide Bank CD holder I didn't have any trouble getting my account set up at the time Nationwide was transferred to Axos Bank (referred to as Nationwide Bank as powered by Axos Bank), and I found the account dashboard to be much improved. When my CD matured, I checked Axos Bank rates which are much lower than other banks, so I closed it. What I didn't realize is there are a different set of rates for what is still called Nationwide Bank powered by Axos Bank than there are for Axos Bank, and much better rates at that. Had I known, I would have kept the CD there. And it looks like one can still open a CD under Nationwide/Axos Bank and get the better rates than what Axos Bank offers. Confusing.

Nonprofit Business Checking And Money Market

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Originally opened the account under Bank of internet. They apparently changed the account terms on us, but never informed us and never sent the updated disclosure. After 2 years of contesting erroneous bank fees on mobile deposits, I was finally sent the "new" Axos disclosure, dated from 2018, (um, hello, why the heck was I never sent this?) where it states in fine print on p 33 that mobile deposits are considered 2 items, not one. So if you signed up thinking that you would have 50 free transactions per month, you're really only getting 25 if you do all deposits. Oh, and there's NO OTHER WAY TO DEPOSIT THOSE CHECKS. Now I need to take this new information to our board and decide whether we're keeping the accounts. The interest on our accounts has been great, but you pay for it in the amount of time you spend with customer service trying to get things fixed.

Axos - Avoid Like The Plague

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Believe the bad reviews.
When Axos bought Nationwide Bank in 2018 competence plummeted along with renewal interest rates. As my CDs mature I've been transferring them to banks with far better interest rates. I've transferred CDs from local banks, online banks, credit unions and this is by far the worst bank I've ever dealt with. Generally transfers of CD funds from one institution to another are easy. With all paperwork properly completed and forwarded by the day of an IRA CD's maturity I expected a timely transfer. After no response the receiving institution faxed the paperwork AGAIN. Still no response. After 3 weeks of this nonsense I was told by an Axos agent that yet another form was required by Axos. I immediately emailed the form they requested (after telling the agent it didn't seem like an appropriate form for my IRA CD transfer) then told oops! wrong form, not needed after all. Multiple phone calls, emails later I was then told NO forms had ever been received to initiate the transfer. I then had the receiving institution a fax a THIRD copy of the paperwork. Finally, Axos said they received the paperwork and would send the funds. I have zero confidence this will happen. If you want your $ held hostage to their incompetence sign up today!



Data as of Q4 2019

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Health Grade Components

FDIC Certificate #35546
Year Established2000
Primary RegulatorOCC
Profit Margin
Return on Assets - YTD1.78%
Return on Equity - YTD18.71%
Annual Interest Income$594.8MM
Assets and Liabilities
AssetsQ4 2019vs Q4 2018$11.55B$9.80B
LoansQ4 2019vs Q4 2018$10.12B$9.04B
DepositsQ4 2019vs Q4 2018$10.15B$8.42B
Equity CapitalQ4 2019vs Q4 2018$1.06B$955.6MM
Loan Loss AllowanceQ4 2019vs Q4 2018$59.3MM$53.7MM
Unbacked Noncurrent LoansQ4 2019vs Q4 2018$52.2MM$43.0MM
Real Estate OwnedQ4 2019vs Q4 2018$7.4MM$8.5MM
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Axos Bank Savings Account Rates

1.10%--High Yield Savings
1.06%$25k$5mBusiness Premium Savings
0.80%-$5mBusiness Savings

Axos Bank Money Market Rates

0.90%--High Yield Money Market
0.80%-$5mBusiness Money Market
0.80%-$5mIndustry Specific Money Market (Non-Profit & Religious Organizations)

Axos Bank Checking Account Rates

1.25%-$150kRewards Checking - 3 Qualifications
0.83%-$150kRewards Checking - 2 Qualifications
0.80%-$5mBusiness Interest Checking
0.42%-$150kRewards Checking - 1 Qualification
0.25%--First Checking
0.20%--Golden Checking
0.00%--Essential Checking

Axos Bank CD Rates

0.40%$1k-12 Month CD
0.40%$1k-24 Month CD
0.40%$1k-36 Month CD
0.40%$1k-48 Month CD
0.40%$1k-60 Month CD
0.40%$1k-Business 12 Month CD
0.40%$1k-Business 24 Month CD
0.40%$1k-Business 36 Month CD
0.40%$1k-Business 48 Month CD
0.40%$1k-Business 60 Month CD
0.25%$1k-3 Month CD
0.25%$1k-6 Month CD
0.25%$1k-Business 6 Month CD
0.15%$1k-Business 3 Month CD

Axos Bank is an Internet only bank and does not have branch locations. Its headquarters is located at 4350 La Jolla Village Drive, Suite 140 - San Diego, CA 92122

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