HSBC ONLINE SAVINGS ACCOUNT
HSBC Online Savings Account (Savings Account)
        
The HSBC Online Savings Account is perfect for your everyday banking needs. There is no monthly account keeping fee, have access to HSBC’s telephone and internet banking with no charge and an HSBC Visa Debit Card. For a limited time, you can earn an interest bonus rate of 5.00% for balances over $5,000.
Location: Australia
Account Name: Online Savings Account
Advantages:
1. Instant access to withdrawals
2. Apply online in 10 minutes
3. Access to HSBC's Telephone and Internet Banking with no charge
4. Unlimited ATM transactions without incurring an ATM Operator Fee
5. You can earn a bonus rate of 5.00% p.a. for balances over $5,000. Terms and Conditions apply.
 6. Linked to a Visa Debit Card for secure access to your money
Disadvantages:
1. Cheque payments incur a fee of $1.00 per cheque.
2. Branch withdrawals and transfers are $5.00
3. Staff assisted telephone banking is $2.50
4. Overdraft Arrangement Fee is $9.00 plus the daily interest
5. ATM overdraft fees may be incurred at non-HSBC ATM'
6. Minimum opening deposit is $2,000
Services:
1. Interest is calculated daily

Interest AER: 0.05% - 3.00%Interest Gross: 0.05% - 3.00%
Interest Paid: MonthlyMinimum Income: $0.00
Overdraft Rate:
Banking Charges: See company website
Service Charges: $0.00
Account Access: Online, Branch, Tel, Post
Withdrawal Access: BPAY®, ATM, EFTPOS and Bank@Post

Free Banking: YesDebit Card: No
Cheque Guarantee Card: NoStanding Orders: Yes
Direct Debits: NoOverdraft Facility: No
Account Manager: No

Conditions:
Minimum age is 18 years old
Features:
1. Cheque book option.
2. BPAY®, EFTPOS and Bank@Post with no charge
3. Best suited to people seeking a transaction bank account with competitive interest rates.
Introductions and Offers:
1. For a limited time, you can earn a bonus rate of 5.00% for balances over $5,000+. Offer is available to customers who don't have an HSBC Online Savings Account and for HSBC Online Savings Accounts opened between 29/12/09 and 26/03/10.
Terms and Conditions:
1. You must be over the age of 18
        

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