TotalDirect, a division of City National Bank of Florida:
Online Certificate of Deposit - 3.05% APY

• A $25,000 minimum deposit is required to open an account and in order to earn the advertised APY.
• The maximum amount allowed per client is $500,000.
• Guaranteed return.
• Automatic Renewal.
• FDIC insurance up to the maximum allowable.
• A penalty fee may be imposed for early withdrawal of CDs.


Fee and Feature Guide

Certificate of Deposit
Interest Rate
APY 3.05%
Term Length 12 Month
Minimum deposit amount $25,000.00
Maximum deposit amount N/A
Balance Requirements
Minimum Opening Deposit $25,000.00
Minimum Balance to Avoid Fees $0.00
Minimum Required Balance $0.00
Fees
Early withdrawal penalty
Monthly Maintenance Fee N/A
Foreign ATM Fees N/A
Insufficient Funds Fee $37.00
Incoming Wires $15.00
Statements
Paper Statements Yes
Online Statements Yes
Online and Telephone Banking
Online Banking Yes
Telephone Banking Yes
Mobile Banking Yes
Deposit Checks with Mobile Device Yes
Free Bill Pay Yes
Online Bill Payments Required Yes
Account Opening
Open Online Yes
Insured by F.D.I.C.

Customer Reviews for TotalDirect, a division of City National Bank of Florida


  • August 31, 2022 |

    you can view but you wont get in. application can't go through, they can't help even you called, Bank just make show they exit.

  • August 25, 2020 |

    Online CDs 12 Month Rates

    Bank is owned by a Florida bank and yet I wasn't able to open an account because I live in Florida. Go figure!

  • December 1, 2019 |

    It says: "Please note: TotalDirectBank can conduct business anywhere in the US with the exception of California, Florida, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands." Nice of them to say twice that they won't do business with people from PR!

  • November 7, 2019 |

    More than a handful of annoying things but I finally go the account opened. It won't work for you if you live in Florida, California, Hawaii, Guam, etc.

  • October 23, 2019 |

    I couldn't tell if my application was received so entered it multiple times. Then was rejected for being a Florida resident. Parent bank is called City National Bank of Florida and they are descriminating against FL residents?

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