- Top Question:
- What is a CD?
- Best Answer:
A Certificate of Deposit is opened when a customer agrees to deposit a specific amount of money for a specified time, and in return, the bank pays the customer interest based on a rate for that term. Terms can vary between 31 days and 5 years and are selected by the customer. Visit a branch today to discuss which CD is right for you.
- Where can I find Arvest's current Certificate of Deposit (CD) or Individual Retirement Account (IRA) rates?
- What are the interest rates on your Investment CDs?
- How do I make a loan payment?
- Do you have online calculators and tools?
- What does Deposit Amount in Process or Pending Deposit Hold mean?
- What is a Device Account Number, and why is it important for purchases made in Apple Pay™ with my Arvest debit or credit card?
- What is a chip-enabled debit card?
- What is a limit/stop/stop limit order?
- How do I make a deposit using Mobile Check Deposit?
- What can I do with Online Banking?
Most Frequently Asked Questions
- Customer Service Support
- Credit Card Support
- Can you tell me about Arvest debit cards and my options for debit card artwork?
- What is the Transit Routing Number?
- Online Banking Support
- How do I log in to Online Banking with BlueIQ™?
- How can I get information on the Arvest Flex Rewards™ program?
- How do I order / reorder checks?
- Where can I find Arvest's current deposit account rates?
- How do I open an account or apply for a loan?