Details for MIDLAND STATES BANK/DCW MEDIA - Ad from 2019-06-17

Enjoying life is easy
with our Money Market Account.
We’re at that stage where we know what matters most. Like making wise
investments so we can enjoy our grandchildren, our home, donating to
important causes and even traveling whenever and wherever we want.

2.27 % 2.17 % 2.07 %

daily balance


$10,000 - $24,999
daily balance


$2,500 - $9,999
daily balance

For the first 6 months after opening

Money Market Introductory Annual Percentage Yields [2.27 % APY for balances $25,000+, 2.17%
APY for balances of $10,000 – $24,999, and 2.07% APY for balances of $2,500 - $9,999] is paid
during an introductory period of 6 months (183 days) beginning the day your Money Market
account is opened. Minimum daily balance to obtain the disclosed introductory APY is $2,500.
After the Introductory Period ends, your interest rate will default to the then current interest rate
tiers. Those interest rate tiers, as of 6/4/2019, are [0.60 % APY for daily balances of $5,000,000
and up; 0.45% APY for daily balances of $1,000,000 to $4,999,999.99; 0.35% APY for daily
balances of $250,000 to $999,999.99; 0.23% APY for daily balances of $25,000 – 249,999.99 and
0.07% APY for daily balances of $0.01 to $24,999.99.] Assumes minimum balance is met for 6
months. A transaction fee is charged for each transaction in excess of six during a monthly
statement cycle. Fees could reduce earnings. Money Market Introductory Rate is effective
6/4/2019 for accounts opened on or after this date. This offer is good at participating locations
and may end at any time and without notice. Offer is available to personal and business
customers, Public Funds and Financial Institutions are excluded. If interested, please inquire
at any Midland location, by phone, or at for more details. Member FDIC.


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