Offers Report of Prices and Ratings for Business Banking Services gives companies access to average commercial banking service prices and customer bank ratings. Banks almost never publish cash management service price data and the prices charged are sometimes negotiable based on the bank relationship.

Birmingham, AL, June 02, 2007 --( The quality of service provided and the differences in service costs can make a huge impact on a company’s bottom line. Unfortunately, in order to research these pricing differences, there is usually a large fee. However,, now available for free, is an integral tool for business to evaluate and manage their banking relationships. is the first service to provide free access to a list of average prices for all fee-based business banking services. Through, pricing is available for services from account level fees to cash management services, including: Checking account fees, ACH for direct deposit, wire transfers, account reconcilement and more. Additionally, allows businesses to view the top banks ranked in a variety of categories, from service and account officer quality to overall satisfaction.

“Most companies don’t realize that a large majority of banks, if not all, do not publish their Treasury Management prices. You cannot just visit the banks website and see how much they charge for Lockbox or Remote Deposit.” says David Shipper, founder of

"On top of that, the fees are usually discretionary, meaning the account officer can offer a special price to customers based on their relationship. Our free service will help all businesses, from the largest to the smallest corporation, manage their banking and treasury management service expenses and overall relationships."

Business owners, CFO’s and corporation treasurers can join for free. Each enrollment requires members to contribute company bank pricing to the average and rate the experience with their current banks. All contributions are confidential and used to provide the account management services. For an additional charge, businesses can view bank ratings from top rated to bottom rated banks.

David Shipper