MB Basic Checking

A basic checking account that helps you build a solid banking relationship.footnote

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Perfect for

Those who’d like a fresh start with a basic account for everyday checking needs.


  • No minimum balance required
  • Free, unlimited use of MB ATMs
  • No MB fees when you use up to 2 non-MB ATMs per statement cycle


MB Secured MasterCard Credit Card

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Things to know

No minimum balance is required. A monthly service charge of $3.95 applies.

E-Document enrollment, including e-statements and electronic notices,footnote is required, otherwise there is a $3 fee for paper statements.

There is a $1 fee per check and $0.50 fee per online bill payment.

This account is eligible for

  • referral bonus program
  • MB Switch Kit for an easy transition to MB
MB Secured MasterCard Credit Card

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This product could be right for you if

  • You need a basic checking account
  • You’re opening your first checking account

Apply in person

Stop by one of our convenient banking centers located throughout Chicagoland and we’ll be happy to help you open your new MB account. Be sure to bring a government-issued ID and your Social Security number.

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1 The minimum balance to open any MB checking account is $50. Account holder must reside within MB’s IL, IN or PA service areas. Checking account statement cycle periods are all monthly. Other fees and restrictions may apply. Please refer to the Personal Banking Customer Fee Schedule (PDF). We reserve the sole discretionary right to refuse to open an account or close an account for any reason. For more information, please see a banker or call 1.888.i bank mb (1.888.422.6562). Back to top

2 MB Debit MasterCard® available only to qualified account holders. Back to top

3 Enrollment in E-Documents will result in electronic delivery of statements and designated notices. Tax documents will continue to be delivered in paper form. Back to top