Free Services

ServiceFee
Account AlertsFREE
Account Transfers (between cPort accounts) FREE
Bill Pay + Picture PayFREE
Mobile Check Deposit FREE
External Transfers (between cPort accounts and other institutions) FREE
Pay a FriendFREE

Fees

Effective as of October 1, 2017
ServiceFee
Account Reconciliation or Research $25 per hour
Canadian Checks $20 first item, $5 each additional item per deposit
Cashier's Check 1 per day FREE; then $1 each
Check OrdersVaries
Dormant Account (2 years no activity and balance below $500)$5 per month
Early Certificate Withdrawal Fee Varies (refer to Truth in Savings disclosure)
Expedited Payment in Bill Pay
- Bill Pay next day electronic delivery
- Bill Pay same day electronic delivery
- Bill Pay overnight mail delivery
$1
$5
$28
IRA Service Fee (Below minimum balance) $1 per month
Overdraft (Courtesy Pay) Non-Sufficient Funds when funds are unavailable$25 each
Overdraft Paid By Transfer (From another account to checking)$2 each
Returned Deposited or Cashed Item $15 each
Returned Item (non-sufficient funds) $25 each
Stop Payment $20 each
Undeliverable Mail $5 per occurrence
Visa Debit Card Replacement
- Next-Day Rush
$5
$50
Visa Debit Card or ATM Card Withdrawals
- Debit or point-of-sale transactions
- International Transaction Service Fee
FREE
up to 1%
Visa Gift Cards $3 each
Wire Transfers
- Incoming
- Outgoing
- Foreign
$5 each
$15 each
$35 each

If you have a dispute with your financial institution or credit union regarding your account, you may contact the financial institution or credit union and attempt to resolve the problem directly. If the financial institution or credit union fails to resolve the problem, communicate the problem and the resolution you are seeking to:
Maine Bureau of Financial Institutions
36 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333-0036

To file a complaint electronically, you may contact the Maine Bureau of Financial Institutions here.
When your complaint involves a federally-chartered financial institution or credit union, the Maine Bureau of Financial Institutions will refer it to the appropriate federal supervisory agency.