Account Disclosure and Fees
Our disclosure and fee information is detailed in the Your Deposit Account Brochure and Truth-In-Savings Disclosure. These documents are available at any Bridgeview Bank location. You can also view, download, and/or print the Brochure and Disclosure in a PDF format using the links below.
You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software to download, open, and print these documents.
View the YOUR DEPOSIT ACCOUNT Brochure: Terms and Conditions, Electronic Transfers, Funds Availability and Substitute Checks in PDF format.
View the TRUTH-IN-SAVINGS Disclosure: Account Terms, Common Bank Fees and Service Charges in PDF format.
If you would like a copy of the Brochure and/or Disclosure, stop by any of our branches and a Bridgeview Bank Personal Banker will be pleased to provide you with a copy and/or review its contents with you. For a listing of locations, please visit our Branch Locations page.
Online Banking Transfer Agreement
As used in this Online Banking Transfer Agreement and Authorization, "I" "We" and "Us" means the owner of the accounts referenced in the agreement. "You" and "Yours" means the depository institution named in the Agreement, Bridgeview Bank Group.
To use Bridgeview Bank's Online Banking Transfer service, you must pre-authorize the transfer(s) by signing the Online Banking Transfer Agreement Form. This form is available at any Bridgeview Bank branch location. Accounts to be set up for online funds transfer may be a combination of checking, savings or loans. Your account may be subject to transfer limitations. Please refer to the YOUR DEPOSIT ACCOUNT: Terms and Conditions, Electronic Transfers, Funds Availability and Substitute Checks in PDF format brochure for details. In order to qualify for Online Banking Transfers, the accounts enrolled must have at least one of the same owners. I understand and agree that my execution of this transfer agreement and my authorization of the online transfers between the accounts identified by me to you waives and releases Bridgeview Bank Group from any responsibility for identifying the party or parties directing transfers or their authority to do so. I further understand and agree that all of the transfers coved by this agreement will be effectuated through Bridgeview Bank Group's Online Banking system.
External Funds Transfer Agreement - (Addendum to Online Banking Transfer Agreement).
I authorize and direct you to set up accounts designated by me. This authorization is valid until revoked by me in writing to Bridgeview Bank Customer Care Center, 7940 S. Harlem Ave., Bridgeview, IL 60455.
The Following Revisions to the Zero Liability Rule are Effective October 17, 2014:
The Mastercard Zero Liability rule will apply to all transactions conducted with a MasterCard-branded card, including PIN-based transactions at Point of Sale (POS) and ATM.
A cardholder will not be responsible for an unauthorized transaction, as long as the cardholder has exercised reasonable care in safeguarding the card from risk of loss or theft. Additionally, upon becoming aware, you have promptly reported the loss or theft to the issuer within 2 (two) days of discovery. If the loss is not reported within two days of discovery, liability is as follows: If loss is reported within 60 days, the cardholder may have liability up to $500. If loss is not reported within 60 days of when the unauthorized transaction was reported on a periodic statement, the cardholder may have unlimited liability meaning that the cardholder may not recover any of the monies lost. These changes eliminate the current $50 liability limit under the rule.
The rule will continue to apply to cards issued for small business programs, but not to other commercial cards.