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FNB Premier Cheque Account

From FNB | First National Bank

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You can get a Premier Cheque Account from FNB if you earn between R300 000 and R749 999 per year. It comes with a number of benefits including a Premier Cheque Account and Credit Card at a single discounted fee, as well as unlimited transactions, free digital banking on the FNB Banking App, FNB Online Banking and Cellphone Banking, free Linked Savings Pocket allowing you to Bank Your Change so that you save as you spend as well as free eBucks membership to earn rewards that never expire.

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FNB Premier Cheque Account

I have been with FNB for years now. I switched to FNB and it was the best decision. I have never had any problems. When you phone the Premier customer line they are always helpful, and always solve your problem/query straight away. I am very happy with FNB Premier Cheque Account.

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Many people complain about their bank charges but believe it or not, sometimes the fees are self inflicted. A typical scenario is, somewhere around the age of 12 Mom drags us off to the bank to get a kiddie account and we don’t do much of an upgrade until we realise that we need a credit card to hire a car. This may be a bit of an exaggeration but it’s not far off. In order to get the best from your banking you need to take the time to sit down with a banking consultant to design a suite of services and products that really suits your needs. This will save you money time and frustration.

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