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Nedbank Everyday Current Account

By Staff Writer
Open an Everyday Current Account with Nedbank today and they will switch your debt orders for free.
For only R95 a month, you not only get the peace of mind of knowing how much your bank charges will be every month, but you also get access to all their current account facilities and self service banking channels. You can also get a R30 rebate each month if you have a Nedbank home loan and Nedbank credit card.

To qualify:

  • Age: 18+
  • Minimum Salary: R3 000
  • Clean credit record

Benefits:

  • Free debit order switching
  • Overdraft facility
  • Unlimited debit order and stop order
  • Four free cash withdrawals from Nedbank ATM's
  • Free garage card with no debit transaction fees
  • Linked to Green Affinity Program
  • Free SMS notification

Click here to apply for your Everyday Current Account today!

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