About CIT Bank

CIT Bank is chartered by the state of Utah and regulated by the Utah Department of Financial Institutions and the FDIC. CIT Bank has an independent Board of Directors that guides its activities. CIT Bank raises deposits to fund its lending activities, currently by issuing CDs through various investment channels.
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Based on 7 Reviews
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Daniel G's Profile Image

Reviewed by Daniel G

Jun 11th 2012

5 out of 5 marks

Simple to open account, very friendly customer service reps, on-line transfers are easy

I opened a savings account about a week ago, so far everything has gone flawless and fast. I was also able to set up ACH online (after my funds cleared, which took 2 days). You can now make transfer online, you do need to call if the transaction amount is over 5k.

The customer service has also been very friendly and knowledgeable.

I'm the last person to write a review about something, but with the low savings rate available these days... I wanted to give CIT Bank some thanks.

I will be recommending this bank to others, lets hope that their rates stay competitive...

Is this review helpful? ▲ Yes 3 ▼ No 2

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Reviewed by Jenny L

Jun 8th 2012

2 out of 5 marks

Horrendous savings account experience!

These folks may pay a high interest rate, however you dearly "pay" the price. They are not open weekends or extended hours during the day. They won't send you paper statements no matter what. I have a serious illness and my husband doesn't use the computer. Sure, he could call if something happened, but shouldn't have to. I realize that many online banks just send offer - - these guys don't even do that - you have to log in to see your statements. The CSRs are pleasant enough, but their whole way of doing business just plain stinks. I'm changing to a more responsive bank VERY soon. Buyer beware!

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Reviewed by Mimi

May 13th 2013

5 out of 5 marks

Very professional and helpful

I just wish they were open weekends and evenings (I'm on the West Coast). That's no big deal though, just plan ahead.

They've been very good, no mistakes, super nice and competent customer service reps. And their rate doesn't go up and down every other day like so many online banks.

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Bank Rates

NAME RATE (APY) MIN TO EARN APY Min Deposit
CIT Savings

0.90%

$0

$0

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CIT Savings

0.95%

$25,000

$25,000

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TERM RATE (APY) Min Deposit
6 Month CD

0.45%

$1,000

12 Month CD

1.02%

$1,000

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12 Month CD

1.05%

$25,000

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24 Month CD

1.17%

$1,000

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24 Month CD

1.25%

$25,000

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24 Month CD

1.30%

$100,000

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36 Month CD

1.30%

$1,000

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36 Month CD

1.40%

$25,000

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36 Month CD

1.50%

$100,000

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48 Month CD

1.85%

$50,000

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48 Month CD

1.95%

$100,000

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60 Month CD

2.25%

$1,000

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60 Month CD

2.30%

$100,000

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TERM RATE (APY) Min Deposit
36 Month CD

1.30%

$1,000

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36 Month CD

1.45%

$100,000

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48 Month CD

1.85%

$1,000

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48 Month CD

1.95%

$100,000

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60 Month CD

2.25%

$1,000

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60 Month CD

2.30%

$100,000

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Banking Fees

Type Fee National average
Monthly Inactivity

$0

$7

Non-Sufficient Fund (Overdraft)

N/A

$30

Stop Payment item

N/A

$27

Return Deposit

N/A

$14

Domestic Wire Transfer (Outbound)

$10

$22

Domestic Wire Transfer (Inbound)

$0

$9

Non-Bank ATM

N/A

$1