Earn 6% APY at FNBO Direct Until Sept. 28, 2007!

May 1, 2007

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Since HSBC Direct’s 6% promotion ended yesterday, FNBODirect.com is now offering that same 6% promotion until September 28, 2007. That’s nearly a full 5 months of high interest!

They are listed at Bankrate with a four-star safe and sound rating so I think you can trust them. I’m going to open an account tonight. I’ll have a review of it soon.

With no monthly fees and no minimums, this would be a great place to put an emergency fund. If you don’t have an emergency fund yet, what a great chance to start one today with a high interest rate!

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3 Responses to “Earn 6% APY at FNBO Direct Until Sept. 28, 2007!”


  1. […] After getting home and coming across this article, I found that it was First National Bank of Omaha’s online subsidiary FNBODirectthat was offering the 6% interest rate.  It seems FNBODirect is gearing up to compete directly with INGDirect, E*Trade Bank, and HSBC with widespread marketing campaigns.  It’s interesting FNBODirect started with grassroots marketing, hitting the bloggers first in an attempt to spread the ever powerful word of mouth.  I found others talking about the FNBODirect new interest rate and press release here, here, and here. […]


  2. […] After getting home and coming across this article, I found that it was First National Bank of Omaha’s online subsidiary FNBODirect that was offering the 6% interest rate for its online savings account.  It seems FNBODirect is gearing up to compete directly with INGDirect, E*Trade Bank, and HSBC with widespread marketing campaigns.  It’s interesting FNBODirect started with grassroots marketing, hitting the bloggers first in an attempt to spread the ever powerful word of mouth.  I found others talking about the FNBODirect new interest rate and press release here, here, and here. […]


  3. […] it lends money to banks), many online savings accounts have followed and have lowered their rates. FNBO Direct was offering a 6% promotion but is now offering a still-respectable 5.05%. Here is an interest rate round-up from around the […]


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