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3 Month CD

0.75 % APY1

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FDIC Insured.

Only $10,000 to Open.

 

6 Month CD

0.85 % APY1

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FDIC Insured.

Only $10,000 to Open.  

 

24 Month CD

0.95 % APY1

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FDIC Insured.

Only $10,000 to Open.

 

60 Month CD

1.15 % APY1

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FDIC Insured.

Only $10,000 to Open.

 

Popular Direct Ultimate Savings

1.70 % APY2

Only $5,000 to Open.

FDIC Insured.

Setup Auto-Savings.

 

12 Month CD

0.95 % APY1

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FDIC Insured.

Only $10,000 to Open.

 

18 Month CD

0.90 % APY1

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FDIC Insured.

Only $10,000 to Open.

 

36 Month CD

1.05 % APY1

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FDIC Insured.

Only $10,000 to Open.

 

48 Month CD

1.05 % APY1

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FDIC Insured.

Only $10,000 to Open.

 

Get Saving. It’s Quick & Easy.

1
Enter your personal information. We’ll need a few details such as your name, address, social security number (or tax ID), driver’s license or state ID.
2
Make your first deposit. You can fund your new Popular Direct account from either an existing Popular Direct account you own or from an account you own at a different US bank.
3
Once your application is approved and completed, you will receive a welcome email and may enroll in mobile and online banking for easy account access.

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