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How to Manage a Checking Account

A convenient and easy way to keep track of your account activity is by enrolling in online banking. Online banking allows you to monitor your account balances, set up BillPay, and make automatic payments toward your monthly bills any time, no matter where you are. And, when you have a savings account or money market account, balance transfers to your checking account let you put money into your account quickly and securely1.

How to Withdraw Money from a Checking Account

There are several ways to withdraw money from your checking account. The most common way is to use a debit card at one of our ATMs. You'll find 2000+ branch ATMs across the Northeast and Miami, Florida, including over 1,000 in many CVS Pharmacy® locations. Withdraw money from your checking account for weekend fun, check your balances, and choose email or paper receipts. You can even pre-set your ATM preferences so that you’re in and out in a flash.
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If you enjoy a more personal touch to your banking experience, you can also withdraw money more traditionally by visiting a Santander Bank branch.
You can bank at your convenience on supported devices with online banking. Pay your bills by withdrawing money directly from your checking account, or transfer funds by withdrawing money from your checking account and depositing it into savings.

More Checking Resources from Santander Bank


1We limit withdrawals and transfers out of your savings and money market savings accounts. You can withdraw or transfer funds from a savings or money market savings account a total of six (6) times per Service Fee Period (such as by automatic or pre-authorized transfers using telephone, online banking, mobile banking, overdraft protection, payments to third parties, wire transfers, checks, and drafts). If you repeatedly exceed these limits, we may close or convert your account to a checking account, which may be a non-interest-bearing checking account.