2.15% Money Market Promo with Rate Guaranteed to 3/31/10 at One World Bank in Dallas - Local Only


One World Bank is advertising a money market account promotion with a 2.15% APY guaranteed to 3/31/2010. Minimum opening deposit is $10,000, and the maximum is $250,000. Account must be opened with new money by 12/31/09. This promo doesn't seem to be listed at the bank's website. It was advertised in today's edition of the Dallas Morning News (12/22/09). The ad is available online here.

I can't find any details on the bank's website about the money market account. It's likely that the rates won't be competitive when the promo period ends. Also, I can't find info on the potential monthly fees or the fee for closing the account. Those details are important to know if the rates are no longer competitive when the promo period ends.

It appears that a branch visit is required. One World Bank is a small bank with one office located in Dallas, Texas.

Its ratings for safety and soundness are fair: 3 stars (adequate) at BauerFinancial (based on 9/30/09 data) and 3 stars (performing) at Bankrate.com (based on 6/30/09 data). The bank has been a FDIC member since 2005 (FDIC Certificate # 57901).

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5.55% 9-Month CD at a Dallas Bank (One World)
One World Bank is offering a 5.55% APY 9-month certificate of deposit. The minimum deposit is $10,000. It requires a checking account with a minimum opening deposit of $1,000. They do offer a free checking account.

This bank had been offering this same rate on a jumbo CD with a $100K minimum last week. They must have decided to reduce the minimum. They're also advertising this in the Dallas Morning News. The ad is available online here.

It's a small one-branch bank located in Dallas, Texas. It's FDIC insured (FDIC Certificate #...

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