The results are in for Wells Fargo.. and your Bank scored

1 out of 5

Yikes! That’s bad… so what can you do?

Switching your money to a different provider could help fund new renewable energy projects, and strip fossil fuel providers of the cash they need to operate. Click below to discover the best climate-friendly alternatives for you.

Great news! We found 7 switch-worthy Banks for you:

Banks can’t buy spaces on our site. We recommend providers based on our strict internal standards for reducing the investment in fossil fuels.

  • Mobile Banking
  • Physical Branches (Montana)
  • ATMs – 30,000 nationwide
  • Personal Checking ($5 minimum deposit)
  • Personal Savings ($5 minimum deposit)
  • No Monthly Service Charge (certain requirements)
  • Business Accounts
  • Mortgage
  • CDFI Certified

Better Business score: N/A

FIC Insured for deposits up to $250k

  • Mobile Banking
  • Physical Branches (Twin Cities, MN)
  1. ATMs
  • Personal Checking ($25 minimum deposit)
  • Personal Savings ($50 minimum deposit)
  • No Monthly Service Charge (if using eChecking)
  • Business Accounts
  • Mortgage
  • CDFI Certified

Better Business score: A+

FIC Insured for deposits up to $250k

  • Mobile Banking
  • Physical Branches (NH, VT, ME )
  1. ATMs
  • Personal Checking ($10 minimum deposit)
  • Personal Savings ($10 minimum deposit)
  • No Monthly Service Charge (certain requirements)
  • Business Accounts
  • Mortgage
  • CDFI Certified

Better Business score: A+

FIC Insured for deposits up to $250k

  • Mobile Banking
  • Physical Branches (NYC)
  • ATMs – Any Citibank branch ATM
  • Personal Checking ($35 minimum deposit)
  • Personal Savings (no minimum deposit)
  • No Monthly Service Charge (certain requirements)
  • Business Accounts
  • Mortgage
  • CDFI Certified

Better Business score: B-

FIC Insured for deposits up to $250k

  • Mobile Banking
  • Physical Branches (CA, OR, and WA)
  • ATMs – thousands nationwide
  • Personal Checking ($50 minimum deposit)
  • Personal Savings ($50 minimum deposit)
  • No Monthly Service Charge (if using eChecking)
  • Business Accounts
  • Mortgage
  • CDFI Certified

Better Business score: A+

FIC Insured for deposits up to $250k

  • Mobile Banking
  • Physical Branches (NY, D.C., and CA)
  • ATMs – 40,000 nationwide (Allpoint)
  • Personal Checking (no minimum deposit)
  • Personal Savings (no minimum deposit)
  • No Monthly Service Charge (if using online banking)
  • Business Accounts
  • Mortgage
  • CDFI Certified

Better Business score: A+

FIC Insured for deposits up to $250k

  • Mobile Banking
  • Physical Branches (D.C.)
  • ATMs – 55,000 nationwide (Citibank, STARsf, and Allpoint)
  • Personal Checking ($100 minimum deposit)
  • Personal Savings ($25 to $100 minimum deposit)
  • No Monthly Service Charge (if enrolled in e-statement)
  • Business Accounts
  1. Mortgage
  • CDFI Certified

Better Business score: A+

FIC Insured for deposits up to $250k

Interested in our research? We have conducted a thorough analysis of the financial services sector. Find our resources and criteria for recommendation here.

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