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FNB Easy Account

From FNB | First National Bank

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An FNB Easy Account is a day-to-day bank account with no minimum income required. There are two pricing options: Pay As You Use and Bundle Pricing. You can earn rewards with either option. These include receiving money back into your linked Savings Pocket as well as being rewarded with a fixed amount of money every month, which increases as your reward level increases. With the Bundle Pricing Option you will also earn money back on your qualifying Checkers and Shoprite purchases. You must be 16 years and older to apply.

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I use this account to receive money from PayPay from overseas. It is very cheap - I think I pay R5 a month. It was easy to open, and it does what it says on the box. For a spare savings account, or if you yourself just want to receive money via PayPal, I think this is your best option!

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I recommend FNB easy account to everyone out there to use it. I thank you

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The service is excellent and I would recommend it.

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I have only had great service from FNB the staff are friendly and deposits are in immediately

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