a side by side comparison

Whether you use your account a lot or a little, we have an option that is sure to be just right. Below you can compare all of our chequing account packages in one handy place so you can pick the best one for you!

Includes cheque withdrawals, in-branch cash withdrawals, in-branch transfers, pre-authorized debits and credits, point of sale purchases, ATM transactions (Manitoba credit union ATMs), Sunova GO, Sunova Online, and Sunova by Phone bill payments, Sunova GO, Sunova Online, and Sunova by Phone transfers (excludes Sunova GO or Sunova Online Member-to-Anyone transfers), and automatic transfers.

 

2 A cheque that has been verified by a financial institution — provides the recipient a guarantee that the funds will be available when they cash the cheque.

 

3 A cheque issued by a financial institution, guaranteeing the funds to be available.

 

4 Travellers cheques are a great alternative to cash when you travel. Available in a number of different currencies and accepted worldwide, if your travellers cheques are ever lost or stolen, they can be replaced easily and quickly (usually in as little as 24 hours).

 

5 A cheque issued in US funds by a financial institution, guaranteeing the funds to be available.

 

6 An authorized withholding of payment on a cheque.

 

7 When sending a wire from your local branch, please make sure to have the following information:

  • Beneficiary’s name — must match details at the beneficiary’s bank
  • Beneficiary’s account number
  • Beneficiary bank name
  • Beneficiary bank address — street address, city, province / state, postal / zip code country
  • Appropriate routing code for the beneficiary bank (CAD wires require the transit and institute code for the receiving bank / financial institution, USD wires require the ABA or Routing code and Euro wires require an IBAN and Swift code)

8 If you are receiving a wire transfer to your Sunova account, you will need to provide the same information listed under wire transfer (sending) to the individual or the financial institution sending the wire. To get the correct routing code, please contact your local branch. You must visit your local branch to set up your account to receive each wire.