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NATIONWIDE FLEXACCOUNT
Nationwide FlexAccount (Current Account)
        
This current bank account from Nationwide comes with a whole bunch of benefits. From free travel insurance to online banking and an account transfer service, the FlexAccount caters for all your needs. Before applying for a current account please make sure that you read the terms and conditions carefully. Current accounts do vary and it is important for you to work out which one is best for you and your financial circumstances. If you have any doubts it is wise to seek expert financial advice.
Location: UK
Account Name: Nationwide FlexAccount
Advantages:
1.You get free travel insurance.
2.No need to pay a monthly fee!
3.Make use of the online account transfer service.
4.This current account has been independently rated
5 5 star by Defaqto for the fifth consecutive year.
6.It offers a great Internet banking service.
7.Using a FlexAccount entitles you to a range of offers and discounts.
Disadvantages:
1.You need to pay in 750 per month or more for three months
2.Young persons cannot apply for an interest free overdraft.
Services:
Make use of the great Internet banking service.

Interest AER: 0%Interest Gross: 0%
Interest Paid: DailyMinimum Income: 0
Overdraft Rate: 18.9% EAR
Banking Charges: You must pay charges for specialist services
Service Charges: 0
Account Access: Online, branch
Withdrawal Access: Phone

Free Banking: YesDebit Card: Yes
Cheque Guarantee Card: YesStanding Orders: Yes
Direct Debits: YesOverdraft Facility: Yes
Account Manager: No

Conditions:
You must be a minimum of 16 years old to apply
Features:
Access to a range of exclusive offers
Introductions and Offers:
Get access to Exclusive offers!
Terms and Conditions:
You must be over 18 and a permanent resident of the UK.
        

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