TSB Current Account

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Re: TSB Current Account

Postby planteria » Mon Jul 24, 2017 9:35 am

i have ten that all have 2 or more.. it's a good topic.
i have all sorts knocking around.. and i find it quite a useful way of building up little pots of money that i kind of overlook i have :thumbup:

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Re: TSB Current Account

Postby Constantine » Mon Jul 24, 2017 4:05 pm

planteria wrote:i have ten that all have 2 or more.. it's a good topic.
i have all sorts knocking around.. and i find it quite a useful way of building up little pots of money that i kind of overlook i have :thumbup:


It's only this year that I started with this current account malarkey. So I haven't reached double figures yet. :) But it has meant I have been looking around for DD sources. Especially those that don't involve spending money.

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Re: TSB Current Account

Postby planteria » Tue Jul 25, 2017 5:37 pm

ok yes, i haven't opened any new accounts for over a year now.. the ones i have were opened for bonuses/interest/rewards/access to savings accounts.

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Re: TSB Current Account

Postby expressman33 » Wed May 02, 2018 10:03 am

email received today

Some important information for our customers.

Over the last week TSB customers haven’t been receiving the level of banking services that they expect from us and that we should provide.
We are deeply sorry for any difficulty you may have experienced and we are working around the clock to put things right.
As we work to fix things, the status of different services will be changing regularly. To help you get the most up to date information we will be publishing regular status updates on tsb.co.uk and our Facebook page.
We will waive all overdraft fees and interest charges incurred in March and April.

For Classic Plus customers, as well as waiving overdraft fees and interest charges incurred in March and April, to show how grateful we are for your loyalty and patience, we are also increasing the interest rate on our Classic Plus account from 3% to 5%. We promise this won’t be taken away after a year.

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Re: TSB Current Account

Postby planteria » Wed May 02, 2018 12:54 pm

expressman33 wrote:We promise this won’t be taken away after a year.


that's an unusual way to word that.. it's a shame it's only on £1500 too.

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Re: TSB Current Account

Postby kevinchess1 » Thu May 03, 2018 6:57 am

The best thing about this account is it's pretty much an Instant Access account
No minimum pay in, no need for DD
and you get monthly interest
Well worth having
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Re: TSB Current Account

Postby Sarah » Thu May 03, 2018 8:56 am

They change the T&Cs from time to time. My 'TSB Classic Plus' accounts all have a minimum £500/month deposit requirement for earning interest (plus also need to be an internet banking user and go fully paperless). New accounts require 2 direct debits to qualify for an additional £5/month cashback.

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