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Online Banking MBA 620 - Personal Finance September 24, 2002 Michael Williams Justin Hinman David Bird Overview Industry Overview Advantages Disadvantages Choosing an Online Bank Questions Industry Overview Percent of population with a personal computer who use online banking

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Online Banking

MBA 620 - Personal Finance

September 24, 2002

Michael Williams

Justin Hinman

David Bird


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Overview

  • Industry Overview

  • Advantages

  • Disadvantages

  • Choosing an Online Bank

  • Questions


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Industry Overview

  • Percent of population with a personal computer who use online banking

    • 2002 -- 32%

    • 2001 -- 22%

    • 2000 -- 18%

  • Reflects natural progression among consumers

  • Profile of Early Adopters

    • Age: 18-34

    • Income: $75,000 +

    • Geographic Area: West


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Advantages

  • Convenience

    • Don’t have to follow bankers hours (available 24 hours a day)

    • E-mail Notification for low balance, account transfers, checks clearing, etc.

    • Bill Payment Services

    • Operate almost paper-free


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Advantages (cont)

  • Functionality

    • Instant Account Transfers

    • Downloadable to Quicken and MS Money

    • Bill Payment Services

    • Customizable Reports


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Advantages (cont)

  • Savings

    • Institution Cost Savings Passed on to Account Holder in Higher Rates

    • Email Notification Can Save NSF Charges

    • Bill Payment Services Saves on Postage, Checks, etc.


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Disadvantages

  • Security

    • Identity Theft-

      • Name and social security number

      • 66% of surveyed listed as a major concern

    • Privacy

      • Banks may share personal information

      • “Avalanche of solicitation”

      • Privacy policies hidden behind “legalese”

      • 60% of surveyed listed as a major concern


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Disadvantages (cont)

  • Industry / Technology Uncertainty

    • Industry trends of merging/failing banks

      • One study: 5 of 20 banks profiled merged or failed

    • Could take hours to set up account if you don’t have an account with “bricks and mortar” parent

      • Takes weeks to receive checks and ATM cards


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Disadvantages (cont)

  • Extra fees

    • Online bill payment

    • Per-check charges after specified limit

  • Inconvenience of no physical branch

    • Mail in deposits

    • Pure online banks do not own ATM machines, forcing extra fees to use another bank’s


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Choosing an Online Bank

  • Identify own needs and finances

  • Evaluate current bank

  • Evaluate competitors services

  • Demo choice before moving account


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Bank exists solely online except for one branch in Virginia, but 10,000 ATMs available to customers. Deposits must be sent via U.S. mail.

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$1000

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$1500

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Can send statements via e-mail

Bank exists solely online except for one branch in Georgia. Deposits must be sent via U.S. mail or can be made at 18,000 ATMs after account open 120 days.

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$3000

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Bank requires consumers to wait three to five days before conducting transactions.

Opting out of marketing solicitations requires customers to phone a toll-free number.

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$500

$5.00

$6.45

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$500

$6.00

$5.95

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Bill paying free to customers with more than $5,000 on deposit.

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$4.50

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Easy to use and navigate.

Guarantees all payments to arrive within five business days or bank will pay late fees and finance charges

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$4.95

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You must print a form and mail it to avoid sharing personal information.

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One of the easiest sites to navigate

Unsatisfactory privacy policy. Account history is limited to last 180 transactions.

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Overall Ratings

Account Setup

States Available

Minimum Balance

Monthly Fee

Cost for Bill Pay

Site Navigation

Company

Privacy

Content

Comments

Etrade

etrade.com 800-382-2651

Citibank

citibank.com 800-374-9700

NetBank

netbank.com 888-256-6932

JPMorgan Chase

chase.com 800-242-7324

Bank One

bankone.com 800-482-3675

Bank of America

bankofamerica.com 800-933-6262

Fleet Bank

fleet.com 800-225-5353

Key Bank

keybank.com 800-539-2968

Washington Mutual

wamu.com 800-756-8000

Wells Fargo

wellsfargo.com 800-956-4442

US Bank

usbank.com 612-872-2657


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Questions?


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