Progressive Bank offering new service for customers
Wednesday, Aug 31, 2011
JAMESTOWN — Progressive Savings Bank asks consumers, “Do you Kasasa?” as it becomes the second financial institution in Tennessee to launch the country’s most innovative financial products.
Kasasa is a new brand of free checking and savings accounts that pays consumers to use their account with what interests them most — high interest, cash back, automatic savings, money to donate to charity or digital downloads from iTunes or Amazon.com. These accounts, combined with the personal service that only community financial institutions can deliver, are offering residents a better checking account option than the mega bank experience.
“Consumers deserve to wake up to happier days of banking and leave behind the nightmare of mega bank fees and mistreatment. We are pleased to be the second in Tennessee to offer these unique products” said Vanessa Herren, executive vice president at Progressive Savings Bank. “Kasasa delivers what research shows people really want but believe they can’t have — great financial products with the personal service of a community based financial institution.”
Progressive Savings Bank is offering two Kasasa financial products, including Kasasa Cash™ and Kasasa Cash Back™. All Kasasa products are free, reward-based accounts, with no minimum balance to get the rewards, no monthly service fees, online banking and nationwide ATM fee refunds.
- Kasasa Cash - A free checking account that pays high interest for every month the account holder qualifies.
- Kasasa Cash Back - A free checking account that rewards account holders with major cash back on everyday debit card purchases, without points or category restrictions like the big guys. The cash back amount is based on how much consumers spend on each debit card transaction.
To receive the Kasasa account benefits, each monthly qualification cycle account holders are asked to do a few simple things like receive an eStatement, access online banking, use a debit card a minimum number of times, and have an electronic transaction (such as direct deposit) post to their account. If an account holder does not meet the qualifications in a given month, Progressive Savings Bank will alert the individual, who will be eligible the following month for the benefits.
“Extensive research has shown us that consumers would prefer to do business with community financial institutions, but feel they would lose access to products,” continued Herren. “Kasasa is opening people’s eyes to a new banking model where no sacrifices are necessary. It’s a win-win because account holders get innovative products and personalized service.”For more information on Kasasa accounts, consumers can visit www.psbgroup.com or www.kasas.com/psbank.