HSBC Serious Saver (Savings Account)
HSBC is one of the world's largest and most respected banks. HSBC Serious Saver is a high interest savings account that helps you resist the temptation to spend your savings by rewarding you with a great interest rate for every month you don't make a withdrawal. Please make sure that you read all of their terms and conditions in detail before you apply so that you thoroughly understand what you are purchasing. If you have any questions contact their customer support team. Please click here for more information regarding HSBC Serious Saver.
Location: Australia
Account Name: HSBC Serious Saver
1. Introductory variable rate of 5.30% p.a. for 4 months* on balances up to $1,000,000.
2. Ongoing variable rate of 4% p.a.
3. No minimum opening or ongoing balance required.
4. Earn interest every month you don't make a withdrawal.
5. Link to an HSBC Day to Day Account or any other Australian bank account.
6. Transfer funds through your linked account via Internet, Mobile and Phone banking.
1. There is no maximum balance, however interest will only be payable up to $1,000,000.
Earn interest every month you don't make a withdrawal

Interest AER: 5.30% p.a (4 months) 4% p.aInterest Gross: 5.30% p.a (4 months) 4% p.a
Interest Paid: MonthlyMinimum Income: $0.00
Overdraft Rate: N/A
Banking Charges: $0.00
Service Charges: $0.00
Account Access: Online, Branch, Tel
Withdrawal Access: Online, Branch, Tel

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

You must be over the age of 18 years old
No minimum opening or ongoing balance required.
Introductions and Offers:
Enjoy an introductory variable rate of 5.30% for 4 months# for balances up to $1,000,000.
Terms and Conditions:
You must be 18 years of age or older and You must be able to link your HSBC Serious Saver to an (your nominated) Australian deposit account with the same name

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