How Fair members Break the Bank. Together.

Fair will put the power in your hands so you can take care of what matters most.

What’s the catch?

There isn’t one. Similar to how retailers offer memberships to access wholesale prices, Fair applies the same concept to banking and finance, so you can keep more of your money.5

Family over fees

Let’s find a better way to bank and finance. Together. When you become a Fair member, you have access to an ethical bank and finance partner who puts people over profit, integrity over interest rates, and your family over fees.

Join our Founders Circle to access:

What's coming next*:

Banking

Credit cards

Up to 2-day early access to direct deposit funds

High-yield dividend savings accounts that pay up to 2% annually4

Debit cards for kids with no fees2

Small Business

Business dividend account

Advising and accounting platform

Buy Now Pay Later interest-free microloans for vendors

Business credit and debit cards

Investments1

Socially responsible investing (SRI) and environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) investing measures

Investment advising

Retirement Planning1

Pension programs

Trust & estate planning

Lending1

Interest-free, equity-based loans

Buy Now Pay Later interest-free microloans

Let's take control of your finances. Together.

How does the cost of a Fair membership break down in dollars and cents? For a limited time, become part of our Founders Circle to unlock the lifetime benefits of Fair for $79. That means your membership pays for itself after six wire transfers, after three overdrafts, or after just seven months of regular checking and savings account upkeep. After the Founders Circle closes, Fair membership will cost $9.99 per month or $99 annually.5
Typical Bank Fees
Spending or checking account fees
$0
$7.50/month avg
Savings
$0
$5/month avg
Paper Statement Fees
$0
$1/month avg
Overdraft Fees
$0
$35+ per transaction
Wire Transfer Fees
$0
$15+ per overdraft
ATM Fees
$0
$3+ per transaction

Other fees banks may charge include fees for exceeding a maximum number of withdrawals, inactivity fees, stop payment fees… the list goes on and on.

Spending or checking account fees
$0
Typical Bank Fees
$7.50/month avg
Savings
$0
Typical Bank FeeS
$5/month avg
Paper Statement Fees
$0
Typical Bank Fees
$1/month avg
Overdraft Fees
$0
Typical Bank Fees
$35+ per transaction
Wire Transfer Fees
$0
Typical Bank Fees
$15+ per overdraft
ATM Fees
$0
Typical Bank Fees
$3+ per transaction

Other fees banks may charge include fees for exceeding a maximum number of withdrawals, inactivity fees, stop payment fees… the list goes on and on.