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Locked Out? Restore Account Access with These Easy Steps

April 4, 2021

Maybe you misplaced your password, or maybe you’ve gotten locked out due to a few wrong guesses. No worries! It happens to the best of us. Find out below how to restore your account access in a matter of minutes.

What if the system tells me my account is locked?

After three invalid attempts at logging in, you will be locked out of the system for security purposes. To restore access to your account, you can select the “Unlock My Account” button on online banking or go through the “Forgot Password?” process on either online banking or our mobile banking app.* When you select “Unlock My Account,” the system will route you to the same “Forgot Password?” process as described below.

How to reset your account password:

To start our self-service password reset, click the “Forgot Password?” link on the login screen. You will be prompted to read and acknowledge a security message. To proceed, select the box next to “I Agree” and continue.

Then, you will be prompted to enter your username, account (member) number, email address and Social Security number. All fields are required to complete the password reset process. Once you submit the information, you will be prompted to choose if you would like your temporary password sent via email, text message or voice call, which will be good for 24 hours. You can use the temporary password to log in with your current username. Once logged in, you can create a new password for your account. Be sure to create a strong password that no one can guess, and do not share the password with others.

If you’ve never added an email address to your Grow profile, then you will need to call our Member Contact Center for help, since the self-service password reset requires an email address to be on file with us. You can call us at 800.839.6328 for assistance, Monday–Friday, 7am–7pm and Saturday–Sunday, 9am–6pm. To ensure you can use the self-service process in the future, visit the Contact tab in the Settings widget to confirm your preferred email address is on file next time you log in.

What if I know my password but have forgotten my username?

There is a separate “Forgot Username?” option on the login screen. You can use this process to recover your username. Select the “Forgot Username?” link and follow the steps, which are similar to those outlined for the password reset process above. To recover your username, you will need to have available your account (member) number, email address and Social Security number.

What if I don’t know my account number?

If you are missing pieces of information you need to verify your identity during the password reset process, such as your account number or Social Security number, please call our Member Contact Center.

Read more common questions and answers about Grow online and mobile banking.

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Return to Memphis: Regions taps Rudy Walker as new consumer banking exec for Mid-South

By John Klyce
 –  Reporter, Memphis Business Journal

Updated

Regions Bank has found its new consumer banking executive for the Mid-South — and he’s no stranger to the Memphis area.

Longtime banking exec Rudy Walker will step into the role, after almost two decades with Regions, and close to three decades in the industry. He and his team will oversee almost 130 branches, which employ about 900 employees across West Tennessee, Western Kentucky, Southern Illinois, Southeast Missouri, Northeast Arkansas, and Northwest Mississippi.

For Walker, the position brings his tenure with Regions full circle, as he began his career with the bank here in 2003, before moving to Texas to work as consumer banking manager for its Dallas and East Texas markets.

“It’s exciting to welcome Rudy back to Memphis," said David May, Regions’ Memphis market executive, in a press release. "Between our consumer banking teams, our commercial banking teams, our wealth management professionals, and more, we are well positioned to deepen customer relationships and build new ones across the Mid-South.”

In his return to Memphis, Walker replaces Michael Pardue, who will become a consumer banking executive for several Texas markets, including Houston, Austin, and Dallas-Fort Worth.

Before joining Regions, Walker worked in consumer banking management roles with Bank of America. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Southern Arkansas University, and an executive diploma from Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management.

He also tends to be actively involved in the communities he works in. Walker serves on the boards of nonprofits Junior Achievement of Dallas and Emily’s Place, and he’s taught financial education classes for both. In addition to this, he’s a founding board member of Memphis’ Veritas College Preparatory Charter School.

Источник: https://www.bizjournals.com/

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Regions Bank

Rated with 5 stars
Tony of Brandon, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 28, 2021

I was amazed when leaving Regions Bank. I had been a business, and now only, personal account holder with Regions Bank for many years. My activity with them due to medical reasons had been dormant for quite some time. Finally after improvement I visited a local branch for the first time in years. Today, in light of changing times, digital access, reduced interactions, and effective communication, I was left in amazement with how I was made to feel once my banking business had been completed. I can assure you Regions Bank still values their customers with dignity and respect at a level not often found, today.

When one can walk into an banking establishment today, feeling better when they walk out than they did walking in, that bank, is doing all things right. I can't remember the last time I was made to feel that way. No act, no phony salesmanship, only sincere, professional service. Professional service with the genuine feeling of being appreciated as a customer.

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Rated with 5 stars
Mark of Saint Louis, MO Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 1, 2021

Every branch appreciates your business, regardless of your financial situation. They're friendly, and are loyal to honorable Veterans or proven customers. I'm disabled, and they afforded me a better life when I was down and out. Prove to them, and they will prove to you, their loyalty. I love these folk. They got your back. Much love.

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Rated with 1 star
Len of Carthage, MO Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Sept. 27, 2021

On 9/22/21, I sat in front of Steve **, Regions Bank branch manager, Republic MO, for one hour to open business account in name of Lamarch Capital Holdings, Inc., handed him $100 and today I learned account is not open!!! Where is my money? I want my account open!!

Rated with 1 star
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Frank of Dunedin, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 24, 2021

Regions doesn’t do anything well, my branch keeps the phone off the hook and say it’s had problems for a week, when actually it has not been answered for months. 941 238 6100 try it yourself. You will always get the same answer to your problem “we can’t help you” “sorry we know how you feel” 800 253 2265 will answer some time. Always 30 min wait at best. Very poor bank. l have automatic payments set up only reason I put up with poor service. They were a solid bank when it was AM South but keep going down. I don’t think Regions can get any worst than they are. But I am sure they will keep trying.

Rated with 1 star
Gloria of Buford, GA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 28, 2021

Submitted application in May. It's soon September 2021. I still have not closed on Refinance. Guess Mortgage dept is putting me off for Purchase home because the commission is higher. Wow this experience is the worst I've seen yet. Some of my former colleagues used another Mortgage company and was able to refinance in 45 days. I'm pushing 120 days. Always let me check with coordinator blah, blah..Just a little frustrated!

Rated with 1 star
Patricia of Pasadena, TX Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 6, 2021

I have had a terrible experience trying to receive customer service assistance today regarding my Regions visa account. I have been passed to 4 different people to fix a problem with my online account. After signing on, I can't see my prior transactions or make a payment. After being transferred 4 times over 1 1/2 hours of waiting time and explaining my problem at least twice to each individual, I was hung up on. I am so fed up with this bank that I am fixing to close my account out. They have kept me waiting over an hour and a half today and still no assistance. If I could give their customer assistance a 0 out of 5 stars I would, but since I have to give them a 1 star in order to send this message I am going to complain about it.

Rated with 1 star
Alia of Odenville, AL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 4, 2021

This is the HARDEST bank to get in touch with. I went to a Regions ATM machine to make a deposit and the machine took my money. The bank was closed so I tried to call the customer service and no one responded for days! No one picks up the phone. Not to mention, they deactivated my card due to me disputing a transaction and it took almost a month for my new card to get delivered.

Rated with 1 star
Beth of Union City, TN Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 27, 2021

I don't know how this bank stays in business. There are NO local phone numbers and the phone numbers they do give out are so automated that it takes 10 minutes to MAYBE finally get to a real person who then tells you that your problem can be solved online or at your local branch, blah, blah, blah and you are NO better off than when you started! I would NEVER trust anything of mine to this runaround company. Good luck ever being dealt with upfront and honestly! I am extremely disappointed in this so called bank!

Rated with 1 star
Roger of Bee Spring, KY Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 14, 2021

I am a long time customer (credit card, private bank customer, HELOC and checking account, who applied for a HELOC with Regions. My credit rating is 827 (per Regions). Application process started in March until I finally was exhausted and gave up in June. I would be requested for my information, submit then would repeatly be asked for some new item, submit that info then a week later a new request would be sent. There has to be a list of information that is required at the start. I went to the local office in April to complete application process only to be stalled for another 2 months. It was like they did not want to make any loans. Poorest customer service I have ever experienced by any lending institution

Rated with 1 star
Hui of Rochester, MN Verified Reviewer
Original review: May 14, 2021

HSL, the owner of a small business, is a victim of Regions Bank. Last year she was contacted over the phone by a representative of Ascentium Capital, a subsidiary of Regions Bank. They advertised financing for a POS system called Clover. It was seemingly a great deal, they stated that there wasn’t a contract and stressed the quality of their customer service. When she started the service, the price was significantly more than what was said over the phone, and it grew monthly. She tried calling the number she was given and had trouble getting a response, when she did, they would dodge her questions and kept talking to fill the space. The problem of being overcharged stayed the same no matter the number of times she called. She wanted to cancel the service as it had become too expensive for her to continue.

When she called Ascentium, they told her to call a different department, she called and they said that she was in a two-year contract and if she wanted to cancel she needed to pay over $7,000. She told them that she had agreed to the original price with no contract, not what was being said. She name-dropped the salesperson who had originally advertised the package to her and Ascentium said they no longer worked for them.

They then revealed that the POS company Clover was unconnected to their company, though they had previously implied that they were one company. They told her that if she did not pay the fee they would add her business to a debtors list to be contacted by debt collectors and that they would drop her personal credit score, saying that that would be very difficult for her. She refused to pay the fee, knowing that this was wrong, and her credit score was ruined, making her unable to get a new house as she hoped to do that year.

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Managing an AWS account

You can use the Billing and Cost Management console to change account settings, including your contact and alternate contact information, the currency that you pay your bills in, the Regions that you can create resources in, and your tax registration numbers.

Note

Some sections can only be edited by the AWS account root user. If you do not see the Edit option, switch to the root user.

Editing Your Account name, root user password, and root user email address

To edit your account name, root user password, or email address, perform the following procedure. Email in this case refers to the AWS account root user email address. This is the email address you use to sign in.

To edit your account name, root user password, or root user email address

  1. Sign in to the Account Settings page in the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/home?#/account.

    You can also find this by signing into the Billing and Cost Management console (https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/), selecting your account name on the top right, and choosing My account.

  2. On the Account Settings page, next to Account Settings, choose Edit.

  3. Next to the field to update, choose Edit.

  4. After you have entered your changes, choose Save changes.

  5. After you have made all of your changes, choose Done.

Editing contact information

You can change the contact information associated with your account, including your mailing address, telephone number, and website address. To edit your contact information, perform the following procedure.

To edit your contact information

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Under Contact Information, choose Edit.

  4. For the fields to change, enter your updated information and then choose Update.

Note

You can add an email address for billing in the Alternate Contacts section to have AWS send a copy of billing-related emails to that email address. For example, AWS sends your Billing contact address a message that your monthly bill is ready.

Changing which currency you use to pay your bill

To change the currency that you use to pay your bill, for example, from Danish kroner to South African rand, perform the following procedure.

To change the local currency associated with your account

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Scroll down to the Payment Currency Preference section. Next to Payment Currency Preference, choose Edit.

  4. For Select Payment Currency, select the currency to pay your bill in and then choose Update.

Adding, changing, or removing alternate contacts

Alternate contacts allows AWS to contact another person about issues with your account, even if you're unavailable. The alternate contact doesn't have to be a specific person. You could instead add an email distribution list if you have a team that is responsible for managing billing, operations and security related issues. To add, change, or delete alternate contacts for your account, perform the following procedure.

To add, update, or remove alternate contacts

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Scroll down to the Alternate Contacts section and choose Edit.

  4. For the fields to change, enter your updated information and choose Update.

Examples for alternate contacts

We would reach out to each contact type in the following scenarios:

  • Billing - When your monthly invoice is available, or your payment method needs to be updated. If your Receive PDF Invoice By Email is turned on in your Billing preferences, your alternate billing contact will receive the PDF invoices as well. Notifications can be from AWS Support, or other AWS service teams.

  • Operations - When your service is, or will be, temporarily unavailable in one of more Regions. Any notification related to operations. Notifications can be from AWS Support, or other AWS service teams

  • Security - When you have notifications from the AWS Security, AWS Trust and Safety, or AWS service teams. These notifications might include security issues or potential abusive or fraudulent activities on your AWS account. Notifications can be from AWS Support, or other AWS service teams concerning security related topics associated with your AWS account usage. Do not include sensitive information in the subject line or full name fields since this might be used in email communications to you.

Enabling and disabling regions

AWS originally activates all new Regions by default, which allows your users to create resources in any Region. Now when AWS adds a Region, the new Region is deactivated by default. If you want your users to be able to create resources in a new Region, you activate the Region.

Note the following about activating and deactivating Regions:

You can use IAM permissions to control access to Regions

IAM added three new permissions, which let you control which users can activate, deactivate, and list Regions. For more information, see AWS Billing actions policies.

Activating a Region is free

There is no charge to activate a Region. You're only charged for resources that you create in the new Region.

Deactivating a Region removes access to resources in the Region

If you deactivate a Region that still includes AWS resources, such as Amazon EC2 instances, you can't access the resources in that Region. For example, you can't use the AWS Management Console or any programmatic method to view or change the configuration of any EC2 instances in that Region.

Charges continue if you deactivate a Region

If you deactivate a Region that still includes AWS resources, charges for those resources (if any) continue to accrue at the standard rate. For example, if you deactivate a Region that contains Amazon EC2 instances, you still have to pay the charges for those instances even though the instances are inaccessible.

Deactivate a Region isn't always immediately visible

If you deactivate a Region, the change takes time to become visible in all possible endpoints. Deactivating a Region can take between a few seconds to minutes to take effect.

Existing Regions are active by default

The original Regions (the Regions that existed before we added the ability to activate and deactivate Regions) are all activated by default and can't be deactivated.

Activating a Region takes a few minutes for most accounts

Activating a Region generally takes effect in a few minutes, although it can take longer for some accounts. If activating a Region takes longer than nine hours, sign in to the AWS Support Center and open a case with AWS Support.

Perform the applicable procedure:

To activate a Region

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Under AWS Regions, next to the Region to activate, choose Enable.

    Older Regions are activated by default.

  4. In the dialog box, choose Enable region.

For more information about enabling a Region, including the permissions required, see Managing AWS Regions.

To deactivate a Region

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Under AWS Regions, next to the Region to deactivate, choose Disable.

    Not all Regions can be deactivated.

  4. In the dialog box, for To confirm disabling in this region, enter disable and choose Disable region.

Updating and deleting tax registration numbers

Use the following steps to update or delete one or more tax registration numbers.

To update tax registration numbers

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose Tax Settings.

  3. Under Manage Tax Registration Numbers, select the numbers to edit.

  4. For Manage Tax Registration, choose Edit.

  5. Update the fields to change and choose Update.

To delete tax registration numbers

You can remove one or more tax registration numbers.

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose Tax Settings.

  3. Under Manage Tax Registration Numbers, select the tax registration numbers to delete.

  4. For Manage Tax Registration, choose Delete.

  5. In the Delete tax registration dialog box, choose Delete.

Turning on tax setting inheritance

You can use your tax registration information with your member accounts by turning on your Tax Settings Inheritance. After you activate it, your tax registration information is added to your other AWS Organizations accounts, saving you the effort of registering redundant information. Tax invoices are processed with the consistent tax information, and your usage from member accounts will consolidate to a single tax invoice.

Note

Tax inheritance settings are only available to accounts after a member account is added.

If you turn off tax inheritance, the member accounts revert to the account's original TRN setting. If there was no TRN originally set for the account, no TRN will be assigned.

Tax registration information includes:

  • Business legal name

  • Tax address

  • Tax registration number

  • Special exemptions (does not apply for US sales tax exemptions)

To turn on tax setting inheritance

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose Tax Settings.

  3. Under Manage Tax Registration Numbers, select Enable Tax Settings Inheritance.

  4. Choose Continue.

Источник: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/awsaccountbilling/latest/aboutv2/manage-account-payment.html

Regions Bank

Rated with 5 stars
Tony of Brandon, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 28, 2021

I was amazed when leaving Regions Bank. I had been a business, and now only, personal account holder with Regions Bank for many years. My activity with them due to medical reasons had been dormant for quite some time. Finally after improvement I visited a local branch for the first time in years. Today, in light of changing times, digital access, reduced interactions, and effective communication, I was left in amazement with how I was made to feel once my banking business had been completed. I can assure you Regions Bank still values their customers with dignity and respect at a level not often found, today.

When one can walk into an banking establishment today, feeling better when they walk out than they did walking in, that bank, is doing all things right. I can't remember the last time I was made to feel that way. No act, no phony salesmanship, only sincere, professional service. Professional service with the genuine feeling of being appreciated as a customer.

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Rated with 5 stars
Mark of Saint Louis, MO arvest bank christmas eve hours Verified Reviewer
Original review: Oct. 1, 2021

Every branch appreciates your business, regardless of your financial situation. They're friendly, and are loyal to honorable Veterans or proven customers. I'm disabled, and they afforded me a better life when I was down and out. Prove to them, and they will prove to you, their loyalty. I love these folk. They got your back. Much love.

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Len of Carthage, MO Verified Reviewer Verified Buyer
Original review: Sept. 27, 2021

On 9/22/21, I sat in front of Steve **, Regions Bank branch manager, Republic MO, for one hour to open business account in name of Lamarch Capital Holdings, Inc., handed him $100 and today I learned account is not open!!! Where is my money? I want my account open!!

Rated with 1 star
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Frank of Dunedin, FL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Sept. 24, 2021

Regions doesn’t do anything well, my branch keeps the phone off the hook and say it’s had problems for a week, when actually it has not been answered for months. 941 238 6100 try it yourself. You will always get the same answer to your problem “we can’t help you” “sorry we know how you feel” 800 253 2265 will answer some time. Always 30 min wait at best. Very poor bank. l have automatic payments set up only reason I put up with poor service. They were a solid bank when it was AM South but keep going down. I don’t think Regions can get any worst than they are. But I am sure they will keep trying.

Rated with 1 star
Gloria of Buford, GA Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 28, 2021

Submitted application in May. It's soon September 2021. I still have not closed on Refinance. Guess Mortgage dept is putting me off for Purchase home because the commission is higher. Wow this experience is the worst I've seen yet. Some of my former colleagues used another Mortgage company and was able to refinance in 45 days. I'm pushing 120 days. Always let me check with coordinator blah, blah.Just a little frustrated!

Rated with 1 star
Patricia of Pasadena, TX Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 6, 2021

I have had a terrible experience trying to receive customer service assistance today regarding my Regions visa account. I have been passed to 4 different people to fix a problem with my online account. After signing on, I can't see my prior transactions or make a payment. After being transferred americas best eyeglasses tucson times over 1 1/2 hours of waiting time and explaining my problem at least twice to each individual, I was hung up on. I am so fed up with this bank that I am fixing to close my account out. They have kept me waiting over an hour and a half today and still no assistance. If I could give their customer assistance a 0 out of 5 stars I would, but since I have to give them a 1 star in order to send this message I am going to complain about it.

Rated with 1 star
Alia of Odenville, AL Verified Reviewer
Original review: Aug. 4, 2021

This is the HARDEST bank to get in touch with. I went to a Regions ATM machine to make a deposit and the machine took my money. The bank was closed so I tried to call the customer service and no one responded for days! No one picks up the phone. Not to mention, they deactivated my card due to me disputing a transaction and it took almost a month for my new card to get delivered.

Rated with 1 star
Beth of Union City, TN Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 27, 2021

I don't know how this bank stays in business. There are NO local phone numbers and the phone numbers they do give out are so automated that it takes 10 minutes to MAYBE finally get to a real person who then tells you that your problem can be solved online or at your local branch, blah, blah, blah and you are NO better off than when you started! I would NEVER trust anything of mine to this runaround company. Good luck ever being dealt with upfront and honestly! I am extremely disappointed in this so called bank!

Rated with 1 star
Roger of Bee Spring, KY Verified Reviewer
Original review: July 14, 2021

I am a long time customer (credit card, private bank customer, HELOC and checking account, who applied for a HELOC with Regions. My credit rating is 827 (per Regions). Application process started in March until I finally was exhausted and gave up in June. I would be requested for my information, submit then would repeatly be asked for some new item, submit that info then a week later a new request would be sent. There has to be a list of information that is required at the start. I went to the local office in April to complete application process only to be stalled for another 2 months. It was like they did not want to make any loans. Poorest customer service I have ever experienced by any lending institution

Rated with 1 star
Hui of Rochester, MN Verified Reviewer
Original review: May 14, 2021

HSL, the owner of a small business, is a victim of Regions Bank. Last year she was contacted over the phone by a representative of Ascentium Capital, a subsidiary of Regions Bank. They advertised financing for a POS system called Clover. It was seemingly a great deal, they stated that there wasn’t a contract and stressed the quality of their customer service. When she started the service, the price was significantly more than what was said over the phone, and it grew monthly. She tried calling the number she was given and had trouble getting a response, when she did, they would dodge her questions and kept talking to fill the space. The problem of being overcharged stayed the same no matter the number of times she called. She wanted to cancel the capital one bank usa contact number as it had become regions bank account login expensive for her to continue.

When she called Ascentium, they told her to call a different department, she called and they said that she was in a two-year contract and if she wanted to cancel she needed to pay over $7,000. She told them that she had agreed to the original price with no contract, not what was being said. She name-dropped the salesperson who had originally advertised the package to her and Ascentium said they no longer worked for them.

They then revealed that the POS company Clover was unconnected to their company, though they had previously implied that they were one company. They told her that if she did not pay the fee they would add her business to a debtors list to be contacted by debt collectors and that they would drop her personal credit score, saying that that would be very difficult for her. She refused to pay the fee, knowing that this was wrong, and her credit score was ruined, making her unable to get a new house as she hoped to do that year.

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Regions Bank LifeGreen Savings Account Review

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A savings account is a safe place to keep your money as you plan for a short- or long-term goal.

Whether you’re saving a little or a lot, it’s important to choose the right bank to hold your cash.

The trouble is, there are lots of choices. And what works for one saver may not be right for another.

You’ve got national big banks, online banks and smaller banks in-between.

Some banks offer a better annual percentage yield than others, which is important if you’re angling for the best rate on your savings.

Regions Bank is a brick-and-mortar bank with approximately regions bank account login locations across 15 states in the South and Midwest.

The LifeGreen Savings Account is a simplified way to save, with the chance to earn a savings bonus each year.

Deposits are FDIC-insured, up to $250,000 so you know your money is secure.

In this Regions Bank LifeGreen Savings Account review, we'll compare rates, fees, and services to other national and online banks.

Interest Rates Review

The LifeGreen Savings account pays interest on your savings in two different ways.

First, there’s a standard APY you earn on deposits. The current APY is similar to what other traditional banks offer, meaning it’s fairly low. In other words, you’re not going to rack up a ton of interest from the APY alone.

Regions Bank LifeGreen Savings Account Pros & Cons

ProsCons
  • Mobile app available
  • Physical branches
  • Low interest rate
  • Minimum deposit required
  • Monthly Fee

You do, however, have a shot at earning an annual interest bonus on your account.

To qualify for the bonus, you must set up an automatic monthly transfer from a Regions checking account to your savings account.

The transfer has to be at least $10. At the end of the calendar year on the anniversary of opening your account, you can get the savings bonus.

The bonus maxes out at $100 a year, depending on how much you save.

The bonus isn’t too difficult to earn if you’re already a Regions checking customer. And by automating a transfer each month, you’re taking the hassle out of remembering to save.

If you don’t have a Regions checking account, the bonus is an incentive to open one.

You should weigh the fees you might pay for Regions checking against what you’re paying at your current bank to decide if it’s a good idea.

No Monthly Fee With a Regions Checking Account

The LifeGreen Savings account doesn’t charge a monthly fee. However, you have to be a Regions checking customer to open a no-fee LifeGreen Savings account.

You can open an account with as little as $5.

You just need to set up a recurring monthly savings transfer from your checking to your savings.

If you’re not a Regions Bank customer, you’ll need $50 to open your gpa requirements for south carolina state university. That’s not bad, considering that some banks require $500, $1,000 or $2,000 to start saving.

Checking account needed

If you don’t have a Regions checking account or you close your checking account the bank can switch your LifeGreen Savings account to a regular savings account.

The regular savings account charges a $5 fee if you don’t maintain a $300 minimum balance.

It’s also not eligible for the annual savings bonus. That’s something to think about if you have a checking account at a different bank.

The regular savings account pays the same APY as the LifeGreen Savings account, without the bonus. A $5 fee could easily cancel out any interest you earn.

Regions LifeGreen Savings Features

This account comes with most of the usual features you’d expect in a savings account.

That includes online and mobile account management, which is convenient.

You can also link your savings account to a Regions checking account as overdraft protection.

If you need to keep documents secure, a LifeGreen Savings account can come in handy.

You can get a 30% discount on one safe deposit box rental per account.

There's an extra 10% discount when you set up auto-debit of the annual fee through your Regions checking account.

How Often Can You Make Withdrawals From Your Account?

The biggest difference between checking accounts and savings accounts (aside from earning interest) is how you can access them.

Checking accounts typically allow an unlimited number of transactions, including checks, electronic transfers, and debit card purchases. Savings accounts don’t play by those same rules.

Savings account withdrawals are subject to federal Regulation D guidelines. These rules limit you to six transactions per month from a savings account.

There’s an exception for in-person withdrawals or withdrawals made santander mortgage free phone number an ATM.

Banks can charge an excess withdrawal fee when too many transactions post to your savings account.

At Regions Bank, this fee is $3 per withdrawal in excess of three each month.

If you get into the habit of going over the limit each month, your savings account could be converted to a checking account.

The bottom line? Your best bet is to stick with using your savings account for saving and your checking account for everything else.

Are there any other fees to worry about?

Besides the excess withdrawal fee and the monthly maintenance fee, there are a few other charges to keep in mind.

If you’re setting up a domestic or international wire transfer, for example, there are fees for incoming and outgoing transfers.

These can get expensive, depending on what type of transfer you’re completing.

Regions Bank also charges smaller fees for miscellaneous services like cashier’s checks, money orders, and paper statements.

You’ll also pay additional fees for using non-Regions Bank ATMs to access your account.

The fee applies to transfers, inquiries, and withdrawals. That’s on top of what the other bank might charge.

There’s also a fee for transactions made at foreign ATMs. Unlike many online banks, you won’t be reimbursed for any foreign ATM surcharges.

Regions Bank LifeGreen Savings Account Fees

TypeFee
Monthly Maintenance Fee $0
Excess pre-authorized withdrawals, transfers or checks$3 each after the 3rd transaction each month
Statements with check copies &/or deposit slips only$5/Statement
Incoming wire transfer (domestic)$15
Outgoing wire transfer (domestic)$25
Stop Payment Fee$36

Compared Against Online Savings Accounts

The nice thing about banking with a traditional bank is that you can head to a branch when you have a problem or need to make a cash deposit.

An online bank doesn’t offer those same conveniences.

They can make up for it, however, by offering higher APYs on savings accounts with much lower fees -- usually no monthly fees at all.

What you have to decide is which you value more: branch banking or maxing out interest on your savings.

Take a look at these online savings competitors to see what you might be missing out on by sticking with a brick-and-mortar bank:

Final Verdict: Is LifeGreen Savings the Best Choice?

A LifeGreen Savings account may seem like a no-brainer if you’re already a Regions checking customer.

As long as you’re comfortable with automatically transferring at least $10 a month from your checking to your savings, you can qualify for the annual savings bonus and avoid a monthly fee to boot.

As the online savings accounts mentioned earlier, however, it’s possible to earn a higher yield on your savings without having to do all your banking in one place or get past any extra hurdles.

At the end of the day, an online savings account could help you grow your money faster if you don’t need to use a bank branch.

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Return to Memphis: Regions taps Rudy Walker as new consumer banking exec for Mid-South

By John Klyce
 –  Reporter, Memphis Business Journal

Updated

Regions Bank has found its new consumer banking executive for the Mid-South — and he’s no stranger to the Memphis area.

Longtime banking exec Rudy Walker will step into the role, after almost two decades with Regions, and close to three decades in the industry. He and his team will oversee almost 130 branches, which employ about 900 employees across West Tennessee, Western Kentucky, Southern Illinois, Southeast Missouri, Northeast Arkansas, and Northwest Mississippi.

For Walker, the position brings his tenure with Regions full circle, as he began his career with the bank here in 2003, before moving to Texas to work as consumer banking manager for its Dallas and East Texas markets.

“It’s exciting to welcome Rudy back to Memphis," said David May, Regions’ Memphis market executive, in a press release. "Between our consumer banking teams, our commercial banking teams, our wealth management professionals, and more, we are well positioned to deepen customer relationships and build new ones across the Mid-South.”

In his return to Memphis, Walker replaces Michael Pardue, who will become a consumer banking executive for several Texas markets, including Houston, Austin, and Dallas-Fort Worth.

Before joining Regions, Walker worked in consumer banking management roles with Bank of America. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Southern Arkansas University, and an executive diploma from Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management.

He also tends to be actively involved in the communities he works in. Walker serves on the boards of nonprofits Junior Achievement of Dallas and Emily’s Place, and he’s taught financial education classes for both. In addition to this, he’s a founding board member of Memphis’ Veritas College Preparatory Charter School.

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Managing an AWS account

You can use the Billing and Cost Management console to change account settings, including regions bank account login your contact and alternate contact information, northwest farm credit services online banking currency that you pay your bills in, the Regions that you can create resources in, and your tax registration numbers.

Note

Some sections can only be edited by the AWS account root user. If you do not see the Edit option, switch to the root user.

Editing Your Account name, root user password, and root user email address

To edit your account name, root user password, or email address, perform the following procedure. Email in this case refers to the AWS account root user email address. This is the email address you use to sign in.

To edit your account name, root user password, or root user email regions bank account login address

  1. Sign in to the Account Settings page in the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/home?#/account.

    You can also find this by signing into the Billing and Cost Management console (https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/), selecting your account name on the top right, and choosing My account.

  2. On the Account Settings page, next to Account Settings, choose Edit.

  3. Next to the field to update, choose Edit.

  4. After you have entered your changes, choose Save changes.

  5. After you have made all of your changes, choose Done.

Editing contact information

You can change the contact information associated with your account, including your mailing address, telephone number, and website address. To edit your contact information, perform the following procedure.

To edit your contact information

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management 1st grade halloween reading worksheets and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Under Contact Information, choose Edit.

  4. For the fields to change, enter your updated information and then choose Update.

Note

You can add an email address for billing in the Alternate Contacts section to have AWS send a copy of billing-related emails to that email address. For example, AWS sends your Billing contact address a message that your monthly bill is ready.

Changing which currency you use to pay your bill

To change the currency that you use to pay your bill, for example, from Danish kroner to South African rand, perform the following procedure.

To change the local currency associated with your account

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Scroll down to the Payment Currency Preference section. Next to Payment Currency Preference, choose Edit.

  4. For Select Payment Currency, select the currency to pay your bill in and then choose Update. bank of america associate benefits

Adding, changing, or removing alternate contacts

Alternate contacts allows AWS to contact another person about issues with your account, even if you're unavailable. The alternate contact doesn't have to be a specific person. You could instead add an email distribution list if you have a team that is responsible regions bank account login for managing billing, operations and security related issues. To add, change, or delete regions bank account login alternate contacts for your account, perform the following procedure.

To add, update, or remove alternate contacts

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Scroll down to the Alternate Contacts section and choose Edit.

  4. For the fields to change, enter your updated information and choose Update.

Examples for alternate contacts

We would reach out to each contact type in the following scenarios:

  • Billing - When your monthly invoice is available, or your payment method needs to be updated. If your Receive PDF Invoice By Email is turned on in your Billing when does it cost effective to refinance a mortgage preferences, your alternate billing contact will receive the PDF invoices as well. Notifications can be from AWS Support, or other AWS service teams.

  • Operations - When your service is, or will be, temporarily unavailable in one of more Regions. Any notification related to operations. Notifications can be from AWS Support, or other AWS service teams

  • Security - When you have notifications from the AWS Security, AWS Trust and Safety, or AWS service teams. These notifications might include security issues or potential abusive or fraudulent activities on your AWS account. Notifications can be from AWS Support, or other AWS service teams concerning security related topics associated with your AWS account usage. Do not include sensitive information in the subject line or full name fields since this might be used in email communications to you.

Enabling and disabling regions

AWS originally activates all new Regions by default, which allows your users to create resources in any Region. Now when AWS adds a Region, the new Region is deactivated by default. If you want your users to be able to create resources in a new Region, you activate the Region.

Note the following about activating and deactivating Regions:

You can use IAM permissions to control access to Regions

IAM added three new permissions, which let you control which users can activate, deactivate, and list Regions. For more information, see AWS Billing actions policies.

Activating a Region is free

There is no charge to activate a Region. You're only charged for resources that you create in the new Region.

Deactivating a Region removes access to resources in the Region

If you deactivate a Region that still includes AWS resources, such as Amazon EC2 instances, you can't access the resources in that Region. For example, you can't use the AWS Management Console or any programmatic method to view or change the configuration of any EC2 instances in that Region.

Charges continue if you deactivate a Region

If you deactivate a Region that still includes AWS resources, charges for those resources (if any) continue to accrue at the standard rate. For example, if luxury vacation rentals north carolina beach you deactivate a Region that contains Amazon EC2 instances, you still have to pay the charges for those instances even though the instances are inaccessible.

Deactivate a Region isn't always immediately visible

If you deactivate a Region, the change takes time to become visible in all possible endpoints. Deactivating a Region can take between a few seconds to minutes regions bank account login to take effect.

Existing Regions are active by default

The original Regions (the Regions that existed before we added the ability to activate and deactivate Regions) are all activated by default and can't be deactivated.

Activating a Region takes a few minutes for most accounts

Activating a Region generally takes effect in a few minutes, although it can take longer for some accounts. If activating a Region takes longer than nine hours, sign in to the AWS Support Center and open a case with AWS Support. gpa requirements for south carolina state university

Perform the applicable procedure:

To activate a Region

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/. usaa flood insurance contact number

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Under AWS Regions, next to the Region to activate, choose Enable.

    Older Regions are activated by default.

  4. In the dialog box, choose Enable region.

For more information about enabling a Region, including the permissions required, see Managing AWS Regions.

To deactivate a Region

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account.

  3. Under AWS Regions, next to the Region to deactivate, choose Disable. regions bank account login

    Not all Regions can be deactivated.

  4. In the dialog box, for To confirm disabling in this region, enter disable and choose Disable region.

Updating and deleting tax registration numbers

Use the following steps to update or delete one or more tax registration numbers.

To update tax registration numbers

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/. homes for sale in dallas tx under 200k

  2. In the navigation pane, choose Tax Settings.

  3. Under Manage Tax Registration Numbers, select the numbers to edit.

  4. For Manage Tax Registration, choose Edit.

  5. Update regions bank account login fields to change and choose Update.

To delete tax registration numbers

You can remove one or more tax registration numbers.

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/.

  2. In the navigation pane, choose Tax Settings.

  3. Under Manage Tax Registration Numbers, select the tax registration numbers to delete.

  4. For Manage Tax Registration, choose Delete.

  5. In the Delete tax registration dialog box, choose Delete.

Turning on tax setting inheritance

You can use your tax registration information with your member accounts by turning on your Tax Settings Inheritance. After you activate it, your tax registration information is added to your other AWS Organizations accounts, saving you the effort of registering redundant information. Tax invoices are processed with the consistent tax information, and your usage from member accounts icici net banking login app consolidate to a single tax bok financial refinance rates invoice.

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Tax inheritance settings are only available to accounts after a member account is added. kevon edmonds 24 7 mp3

If you turn off tax inheritance, the member accounts revert to the account's original TRN amazon promo code november 2020 setting. If there was no TRN originally set for the account, no TRN will be assigned.

Tax registration information includes:

  • Business legal name

  • Tax address

  • Tax registration number

  • Special exemptions (does not apply for US sales tax exemptions)

To turn on tax setting inheritance

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Billing and Cost Management console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/billing/. gpa requirements for south carolina state university

  2. In the navigation pane, choose Tax Settings.

  3. Under Manage Tax Registration Numbers, select Enable Tax Settings Inheritance.

  4. Choose Continue. regions bank account login

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