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Salary Protection from Nedbank

By Staff Writer

 

Free salary protection with Nedbank until 30 June 2011

 

Times are tough and life can change in an instant.

 

Nedbank have provided a new promotional campaign, allowing you to breathe easy when it comes to life changing situations such as those rendering you unable to earn an income, or how your dependant family would cope financially should you die.

Nedbank's new salary protection service will help to ensure that you are covered.

To benefit from this promotion, open a current account with Nedbank before 30 November 2009 and get salary protection until 30 June 2011 at no cost to you.

How to qualify:

Open one of the following accounts:

  • Design Banking Account
  • Savvy Electronic Account
  • Everyday Current Account
  • Nedbank Current Account

SMS BREATHE to 40320 before 15 December 2009

 

Once you're covered.... stay covered:


In order to remain covered from the day you open your account until the 30 June 2011 you will need to:

  • Ensure that you maintain a monthly salary deposit of R3000 (gross)
  • Make at least two debit transactions, such as cash withdrawals, card purchases or debit orders each month.

 

If you would like more information or to apply click here

Or you can Call Nedbank's Hassle-free service on 0860 NEDBANK and they will open your account, deliver your card and even switch all debit orders for you.

 

Click here to apply for Nedbank's Free Salary Protection until June 2011.

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