Westpac Term Deposit (Term Deposit)
If you’re saving for a long-term goal or looking for a secure investment, choose a Term Deposit. It lets you lock away your savings for a fixed term and earn interest with a competitive rate. If you think you will require instant access to your savings then you should consider your options.
Location: Australia
Account Name: Westpac Term Deposit
1. No set up, monthly service or management fees.
2. Choose an investment amount from $5,000 or more.
3. Pick the term – from one week to five years.
4. Choose from monthly, annually, or at maturity interest payment options.
5. Flexible reinvestment options at the end of the term.
1. Rate applies for a single term. Higher or lower rates may apply for subsequent terms.
Up to 3.9% p.a. for a 60-month term with a minimum deposit of $5,000 or more (int0erest paid annually)*

Interest AER: Up to 3.90% p.a.Interest Gross: Up to 3.90% p.a.
Interest Paid: YearlyMinimum Income: $0
Overdraft Rate: N/A
Banking Charges: $0
Service Charges: $0
Account Access: Online
Withdrawal Access: Fixed Term

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

Must be over the age of 18 years old
Lock away your savings with a fixed rate.
Introductions and Offers:
Terms and Conditions:
Interest rates are % per annum. All investment balance ranges are in Australian dollars.
Westpac Term Deposit (Which Way To Pay Australia - 21/2/2014)
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