Met Life Online Banking System January 2013

This Met Life Online Banking System January, 2013 review will be the last one under this name. The reason for this is that Met Life Bank has been sold to GE Capital Retail Bank and all deposit accounts have been transferred to them as of this day. This information is being provided so you know where your money will go when investing it with them. We will also be covering the CD rates that are now available to their customers.

The CD rates are set up in a tiered format with minimum deposit amounts of $2,000, $15,000, $25,000 and $50,000 for each term.

The bank CD rates include the 3 month CD that is earning an APY of 0.25%, 0.35%, 0.45% and 0.50%. The 6 month CD is earning an APY of 0.35%, 0.55%, 0.65% and 0.70%. The 9 month CD is earning an APY of 0.40%, 0.65%, 0.70% and 0.80%.

The 1 year CD is earning an APY of 0.85%, 0.95%, 1.05% and 1.05%. The 18 month CD is earning an APY of 1.12%, 1.12%, 1.12% and 1.12%. The 2 year CD is earning an APY of 1.17%, 1.17%, 1.17% and 1.17%. The 3 year CD is earning an APY of 1.30%, 1.30%, 1.30% and 1.30%.

The 4 year CD is earning an APY of 1.40%, 1.40%, 1.40% and 1.40%. The best CD rates are from the 5 year CD that is earning an APY of 1.50%, 1.50%, 1.50% and 1.50%.

With these account you will have free access to the GE Capital Retail electronic banking services. This allows a customer to access their account information online. There are also many electronic money management programs from GE Capital Retail Bank that are similar to what other online banks are offering.

These bank rates which are now the GE Capital Retail CD rates were posted on January 28, 2013 but all rates are subject to change without any prior notice.

For additional resources involving financial help, please view Quaint Oak Online Banking System January 2013 on this website.

We strive to bring you the latest and most accurate data possible from the home sites of the financial institutions we name.  Always remember, the bigger the risk, the larger the reward or loss. Invest with caution.

For up to the date information on the Met Life Bank CD rates please visit Best CD Rates Today.

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