WESTPAC REWARD SAVER
Westpac Reward Saver (Savings Account)
        
With a Westpac Reward Saver account that rewards you the more you save, whatever you're striving for has never been closer. Earn bonus interest when you make no withdrawals and deposit at least $50 by the last business day of the month.
Location: Australia
Account Name: Reward Saver
Advantages:
1. Earn bonus interest when you make no withdrawals and deposit at least $50 by the last business day of the month.
2. No minimum balance.
3. No monthly account service fee.
4. Access your money instantly via Online, Mobile and Telephone Banking, in branch and at over 2,900 ATMs across Australia.
Disadvantages:
1. The rate applicable includes the current standard variable interest rate and current variable bonus rate.
Services:
No monthly account service fee.

Interest AER: Up to 3.40% p.a.Interest Gross: Up to 3.40% p.a.
Interest Paid: MonthlyMinimum Income: $0
Overdraft Rate: No overdraft option
Banking Charges: $0
Service Charges: $0
Account Access: Online, Branch, Post, Tel
Withdrawal Access: Online, Branch, Post, Tel

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

Conditions:
Age 12 years and over
Features:
No monthly account service fee and no minimum balance.
Introductions and Offers:
None
Terms and Conditions:
You must be a permanent Australian resident, aged 12 years or over
        
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