Intro—Old National Bank Reviews & Ranking

AdvisoryHQ recently published its list and review of the top banking firms in Wisconsin, a list that included Old National Bank. 

Below we have highlighted some of the many reasons Old National Bank was selected as one of the best banking firms in Wisconsin.

Click here for a detailed review of AdvisoryHQ’s selection methodology: AdvisoryHQ’s Methodology for Selecting Top Banks and Credit Unions.

Old National Bank Review

Old National Bank is among the oldest banks in Wisconsin. It has been serving customers for more than 180 years, since 1834 in what is today known as Evansville, Indiana. It now has more than 200 banking centers across Wisconsin, Michigan, and Kentucky. Though it has grown significantly over its many years in operation, Old National Bank still strives to earn its customers’ business across their lifetime, and even across generations. After all, its motto is “Your Bank for Life.”

Old National Bank Reviews

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Key Factors Leading Us to Rank This Firm as One of This Year’s Top Banking Firms

Upon completing our detailed review, Old National Bank was included in AdvisoryHQ’s ranking of this year’s best banking firms based on the following factors.

Old National Bank Review: CheckCash Express

CheckCash Express is a convenient way for Old National Bank customers and non-customers alike to cash their checks quickly. To do so, you simply need photo ID. No account with Old National Bank is required. Moreover, you’ll receive cash up front instead of a cash card, which is a plus for many bankers. You can receive cash for the following checks:

  • Payroll check—$1,500 maximum
  • Check from an insurance agency—$$1,500 maximum
  • Cashier’s check—$1,500 maximum
  • Money order—$1,500 maximum
  • Rebate check—$1,500 maximum
  • Stock dividend check—$1,500 maximum
  • Check from the federal, state, or municipal government—$2,000 maximum
  • Tax Refund—$5,000 maximum

Old National Bank CheckCash Express Review

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Keep in mind, however, that like most of such services, Old National Bank charges a fee for this service. You’ll pay 1.5% of your check amount, or an $8 minimum. So, while having the option to cash your checks quickly and in a secure manner is beneficial, it could be costly to use this service regularly.

Old National Bank Review: Purchase Rewards

There’s more to this bank in Wisconsin than just banking products. You can also receive purchase rewards in the form of cash back by buying with your Old National Bank debit card. You’ll find cash back offers from your favorite stores when you log in to your Old National online banking account. Then, click on your offers to activate them. When you shop online or in stores, you will redeem your offers.

At the end of the following month, cash is then deposited back into your Old National checking account. In short, it pays to bank with Old National.

Old National Bank Review: Refer a Friend

Do you enjoy banking with Old National and think your family and friends could benefit from a checking account with the institution too? You can use the Wisconsin bank’s Refer a Friend program to gain benefits for you and them.

Simply visit Old National’s program website to fill in your family member or friend’s information. Your friend or family member will then receive an email containing the details needed to finish opening their checking account and access the offer. Once the registration is complete, you will each receive a $50 Visa Reward Card within 60 days.

Old National Bank Refer A Friend Review

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