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Santander Overdraft Bank Account (Current Account)
Santanderís Everyday Current Account is a simple and straightforward bank account that helps managing your money easy and convenient.†0% EAR (variable) Overdraft rate. No daily arranged overdraft fees for the first 4 months when you switch. After 4 months the daily arranged overdraft fee is 50p per day capped at 20 days each monthly statement period.
Location: UK
Account Name: Santander Overdraft Bank Account
1. 0% EAR Advance Overdraft for the first 12 months from the date you open the account (depending on your circumstances). After 12 months, the rate changes to our typical rate
2. Typical 12.9% EAR (variable) (see note 1)
3. We'll match your previous overdraft up to £5,000 (dependant on circumstances)
4. All these benefits are available when you switch your account using our dedicated Account Transfer Service
Match your previous overdraft up to £5,000 (dependant on circumstances

Interest AER: 0% (12 months)Interest Gross: 0% (12 months)
Interest Paid: MonthlyMinimum Income:
Overdraft Rate:
Banking Charges:
Service Charges:
Account Access:
Withdrawal Access:

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

Introductions and Offers:
Switch to Santander and get a 0% EAR overdraft (12.9% EAR typical (variable)) for 12 months
Terms and Conditions:
You must be at least 18 years old.

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