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NATWEST CURRENT PLUS REVIEW
NatWest Current Plus - Current Account
(Which Way To Pay - 22/3/2010)
If you are over 18 you can open a NatWest Current Account and there are no monthly subscription charges.  The minimum opening balance is 1 and you can receive up to 100 of interest-free overdraft.

This account is ideal for everyday banking without extras and you can manage the account online securely and easily, as well as over the phone or in branch.  Note that overdrafts of over 100 are subject to 19.24% interest so it is wise to stay clear of this.

You may be charged up to 20 for going into unauthorised overdraft territory so keep an eye on this.  You can upgrade to the Advantage Blue account for 6.95 a month.

NatWest Current Plus is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

4 Star Rating        
            
REVIEW RATINGS EXPLAINED
1 Star: 1 Star RatingPoor
In relation to other products, has performed badly and has little or no worthwhile benefits.
2 Stars: 2 Star RatingBelow Average
Has some features of value, but in comparison to others performs below standard.
3 Stars: 3 Star RatingAverage
A fair product with regards to its competitors - has no outstanding features or benefits.
4 Stars: 4 Star RatingGood
In comparison to other products performs above standard, has beneficial features.
5 Stars: 5 Star RatingExcellent
Performs well above standard in comparison, has exceptional features and benefits.

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