Santander Esaver Bank Review

Published on 17 August 2010 by Raffick Marday

Santander Esaver Bank Review

A basic online bank account which offers clear, hassle-free features to make managing your money easier. You can pay your bills using direct debit and standing orders. And with their network of cash machines, it's easy to get at your money.

Santander eSaver (Issue 2) ia a hassle-free, online savings account with instant, penalty-free access and up to 2.50% gross/AER (variable). In addition you get a free Sandander debit card, allowing you to withdraw up to £300 per day from cash machines.

Why get a Santander Esaver Account?

  • Great return of 2.50% gross/AER (variable), which includes a bonus of 2.00% gross/AER (variable) for the first 12 months from account opening.
  • Save from just £1
  • Easy to open and manage online
  • 24/7 access to your money without notice or penalty

What sort of service do they offer?

Choose how you want your interest paid

Annual or monthly interest can be credited into the account or to another Santander account. Access your esavers account around the clock with Online Banking, Telephone Banking and over 700 Abbey branches.

Open up a bank account from as little as £1 up to £2 million.

Interest is calculated daily and can be received monthly for a regular income or annually on the anniversary of account opening – it's your choice.

Santander Esaver Benefits?

  • Free Santander debit card
  • Earn interest
  • Free mobile banking
  • Mobile top ups at Abbey ATM's
  • Over 700 branches
  • 24 / 7 internet banking
  • Telephone banking and branch banking

Mobile Banking Features

  • Free registration - Free online banking
  • Free balance enquiries
  • Free mini-statements
  • Instant top-up for prepay mobiles
  • Encrypted and secure

Who can apply for a Santander bank account?

You need to be over 16 not bankrupt or have any CCJ's registered against you, with a regular income to apply for an account, The form takes a few minutes to complete with an easy step by step guide and as you would expect secure website protection.

Once you completed the form, Sandander will send you a letter in the post to confirm your account is opened. Your debit card can then be collected at a local branch.

Where do I make a complaint?

If you would like to make a complaint about your account, contact Customer Relations, The Abbey Charitable Trust 201 Grafton Gate East , Milton Keynes , MK9 1A. However if you are not satisfied with the outcome of your complaint you can write to Financial Ombudsman Service at South Quay Plaza, 183 Marsh Wall, London E14 9SR.

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