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Nedbank's Fresh Start Promotion

By Staff Writer

Nedbank's latest promotional offer is the "Nedbank Fresh start promotion" - a promotion offering you R750 into your new Nedbank current account once you open it.

Despite the added bonus of R750 in tough times, the Nedbank Current Account is one of the best on the market.

 

Here is what you need to do to qualify.

1. Open your current account with Nedbank between 1 June and 12 July 2009

2. Then: SMS the word "FRESH" to 40320 before 19 July 2009
3. Then: Deposit your salary or regular income of R3 000 or more into your new account before 30 September 2009


You can open any one of the Nedbank Current Accounts ( Everyday Current Account, Savvy Electronic Account, Optimum or Nedbank Current Account) at your nearest Nedbank branch, apply online or call 0860 NEDBANK to chat to one of Nedbank' smart agents, who will assist you with:


• Opening your account over the phone;
• Delivering your card;
• Collecting your FICA documents;
• Setting up internet and cellphone access so you can bank online or on the go; and
• even switching your debit orders for you.


If you are interested in making a fresh start you can apply here today

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