Fees

The eccount® money current account fees summary table

Opening Fee

£12.50

Monthly Fee

£12.50 per month

Transaction Fees

UK purchase transactions

Free

UK ATM withdrawals*

£0.50

Overseas purchase transactions

Free (+2.75% FX Fee)

Overseas ATM withdrawals*

£2.25 (+2.75% FX Fee)

Paying in Fees

Bank transfer

Free

Post Office ®

Free (max load £250 per transaction)

PayPoint

3% (max load £249 per transaction)

Postal Cheque Cashing Service

£10 per cheque presented

Online credit card

3% (max £750 load)

Online debit card load

Free (max £750 load)

Payments and Transfers

Standing Orders

Free

Single Payments

Free

Direct Debits

We recommend that you pay bills by standing order

Direct Debit Setup

£2.50 per mandate

Direct Debit Monthly Fees

£2.50 for the 1st. £1.50 thereafter

Direct Debit Failure

£5

Card limits

Maximum card balance

£5,000

Maximum daily load

£5,000

Maximum monthly load

£5,000

Maximum annual load

£20,000

Online credit card load (daily)

£1500

Online debit card load (daily)

£1500

Maximum weekly debit/credit card load

£2,000

Maximum daily ATM withdrawal

£500

Information and Alerts

Online balance & transactions

Free

Check balance by automated phone service

Standard network rate in UK, standard network rates if abroad

Load alerts by email

Free

Customer Care

Customer Care

Standard network rate. Standard network rates from abroad

Lost and Stolen line

Local call rate in UK, standard networks rates if abroad

SMS Services

Check balance by text

No extra charge – standard network rates apply

Load alerts

Free

Card to card transfers

Free

Lock your card

Free

Unlock your card

Free

IVR Services

Standard network rate. Standard network rates from abroad

Other Charges

Replacement Card

£4.95

Paper Statement

£10

Revocation Fee

£20

Investigation Fee

£20

Closure

Cancellation or Redemption Fee

£10.00

Expiry

Card valid 36 months

*When you use your Card at an ATM, you may also be subject to applicable fees, surcharge rules and regulations of the relevant ATM, or other financial institution or association. You should be advised before you confirm the transaction.

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