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What’s a money market account?
A 360 Money Market account is a type of savings account that earns interest. Money market accounts are not the same as money market funds, and aren’t affected by the stock market. 360 Money Market accounts are FDIC-insured bank accounts, while money market funds are are usually made up of stocks and bonds.
How do I open a money market account?
You can open a 360 Money Market account online or in person at a Capital One branch or Capital One Café. It only takes about 5 minutes. If you’re thinking about opening a 360 Money Market account, have these things ready: your name, date of birth, address, email, phone number, employment information, annual income, social security number, citizenship information and some amount of money for an initial deposit. You’ll also need to agree to the terms and conditions. Based on varied factors, you may be denied for a 360 MMA account. You can read more about the terms and conditions here.
What’s the difference between a money market account and savings account?
The main difference between 360 Money Market and 360 Savings have to do with their rates. 360 Money Market has no fees and pays one of the nation’s best savings rates for accounts with balances of
Are money market accounts FDIC-insured?
360 Money Market accounts are insured by the FDIC up to allowable limits. Capital One also works hard to keep you and your money secure and protected against fraud.
Do I have to have
Not at all–360 Money Market accounts don’t require a minimum balance to open and keep your account. If your account balance is under
Can you write checks from a money market account?
360 Money Market accounts don't come with debit cards or the option to write checks. If you're looking for an account that allows you to write checks, check out 360 Checking.
What are my 360 Money Market account options?
You can set up your 360 Money Market account as a single or joint account. As a single account holder, you’ll be the only one able to access and manage your account. A joint account allows you to share account access and ownership with another account holder, meaning you both can log into the account, make deposits and withdrawals, and transfer money.
Can I open a 360 Money Market account at a Capital One® location?
Life doesn’t just happen within business hours. That’s why 360 Money Market accounts are available both online and in person at Capital One locations–so that you can bank on your schedule. Visit your nearby Capital One location to open your 360 Money Market account and get started with awesome free digital tools (and a top-rated mobile app) to help you manage your money, anytime, almost anywhere.
How do I make a deposit or withdrawal?
You can make a deposit to or withdrawal from your 360 Money Market account using your computer, smartphone, or by giving us a call. Sign into your account online, call our Interactive Phone Service, or call and speak to a Capital One Associate. You can also use Mobile Deposit, set up an Automatic Savings Plan, transfer money from another Capital One account or external bank account, or visit a Capital One location near you. And finally, you can also make a deposit by wiring money into the account. And remember, you’ll only be able to make up to 6 "convenient" withdrawals or transfers a month due to federal laws. That includes internal transfers from 360 Money Market accounts. If you need to make more "convenient" withdrawals or transfers, check out 360 Checking for a checking account with no limit on the number of withdrawals and transfers you can make.
Can I link my 360 Money Market account to other accounts?
Absolutely. You can link your Money Market account to another Capital One 360® account or an external account with another bank that you own. If you already have a Capital One® account, your accounts will automatically link.
Can I add beneficiaries to a 360 Money Market account?
Yes. You can assign up to 10 individuals as Payable on Death beneficiaries, which means that while you’re alive, the beneficiaries won’t have access to anything in the account. The only exception is that you cannot assign beneficiaries for a Trust account, where the trustee controls funds for another party. Assigning beneficiaries can give you peace of mind and can result in increased FDIC coverage for your accounts up to allowable limits. There are 2 ways that you can manage beneficiaries for you accounts.
How do I transfer money?
The checking account you use to make your first deposit will automatically link to your Money Market account. You’ll be able to easily transfer funds between the two accounts and set up an Automatic Savings Plan.
When you need us, we'll be there. Make deposits and withdraw cash at a Capital One ATM near you or experience Banking Reimagined® at a Capital One Café.
360 Money Market accounts don’t come with debit cards or the option to write checks.
Web access is needed to use mobile banking. Check with your service provider for details on specific fees and charges. Routine or unscheduled maintenance may impact accessibility. Mobile Deposits are available only in the U.S. and U.S. Territories.
For certain banking products we offer, fees assessed at any ATM within the United States and at some ATMs located outside the United States will be reimbursed within 5 business days, up to $15 per statement period.
The Capital One Mobile app has a 4.7/5-star customer rating on the App Store and on Google Play as of 06/13/2019.
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