90 Day Notice
Interest is payable monthly on the last day of the month and must be transferred to another account held by you with the Society or to another bank or building society account.
This savings account is designed specifically for customers over the age of 18 who are looking to deposit monies and are able to give a period of 90 days’ notice before requiring access to their monies.
Can Swansea Building Society change the interest rate?
Interest rates are variable and may be amended at any time. We will give you 14 days written notice by post of any proposed change in our interest rates. They will also be posted on our website at www.swansea-bs.co.uk or you may visit or telephone any one of our branch offices detailed on the reverse of this leaflet. Details of other Swansea Building Society savings accounts interest rates are available in our ‘Range of Savings Accounts’ leaflet which is available by visiting or telephoning one of our branch offices or online at www.swansea-bs.co.uk.
What would the estimated balance be after 12 months?
Projected Balance = £5,000.00*
* Based on a deposit of £5,000 with no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rate within the 12 month period. On this account interest earned must be transferred out of the account and therefore the balance would remain constant. The estimated amount of interest transferred to your other account(s) would be £30.00.
How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account, you must be resident in Wales. Simply call at one of our branches or complete an application form and post it to us with appropriate identification (see our Proving Your Identity leaflet for further details available from branch offices or online at www.swansea-bs.co.uk) together with a cheque made payable to ‘Swansea Building Society a/c (your name)’.
Minimum investment is £5,000. Maximum investment is £85,000 for a sole account and £170,000 for a joint account. The maximum balance that can be held across all Swansea Building Society savings accounts held is £85,000 in sole names and £170,000 in joint names where the customer became a member on or after 01 January 2017. Where the customer was a member prior to this, the maximum balance that can be held across all Swansea Building Society savings accounts held is £500,000.
Deposits can be made by cheque, electronic bank transfer, transfer from another account held with the Society (subject to the Terms and Conditions of that account) or cash (cash deposits are limited to £3,000 per customer per day).
Can I withdraw money?
Withdrawals can only be made at the expiry of 90 days from receipt of your formal notice to the Society to withdraw. Your notice must specify the amount to be withdrawn and can be made by visiting us at a branch office. Alternatively, you may send us your written instruction by post or by e-mail. Access to monies before the required 90 days notice will only be considered in exceptional circumstances.
Minimum withdrawal is £1 (or less if closing the account). Minimum balance to be held in this account is £1. The maximum cash withdrawal per customer per day is £1,000.
Specific Terms and Conditions for the 90 Day Notice Account:
1. Account opening and Investment Limits
To open an account, the applicant(s) need to be aged 18 and over. The minimum investment is £5,000. The maximum investment is £85,000 for a sole application and £170,000 for a joint application.
The maximum balance that can be held across all Swansea Building Society savings accounts held is £85,000 in sole names and £170,000 in joint names where the customer became a member on or after 01 January 2017. Where the customer was a member prior to this, the maximum balance that can be held across all Swansea Building Society savings accounts held is £500,000.
2. Further Investment
You may add to your savings at any time, just call into your local branch with your deposit. If it is more convenient you can post the deposit or save through a standing order from a UK bank or building society account..
You can withdraw from your account by giving 90 days notice subject to Society limits. Details of our cash, cheque and electronic payment withdrawal limits are displayed in our branch offices and on our website.
Interest is variable and calculated on a daily basis on the balance in the account, payable on the last working day of the calendar month, and must be transferred to another Swansea Building Society account or to a UK Bank or Building Society account held by the account holder(s). Where the amount of interest to be paid is less than £5, this will carry forward to the last working day of the following month for payment until the amount to be paid is £5 or greater. Statements are sent out 31 December annually.
5. Terms and Conditions
These specific Product Terms and Conditions apply to this account in addition to our General Terms & Conditions for Savings Accounts. Where there is any inconsistency between the General Terms & Conditions for Savings Accounts and the specific Product Terms and Conditions, the specific Product Terms and Conditions will apply.
For General Terms and Conditions applicable to this account see “General Terms and Conditions for the operation of Savings Accounts" available from our branches or online at www.swansea-bs.co.uk.
Interest is paid gross without tax deducted.
AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and added each year.
Please note, the tax treatment and rate of interest payable depend on the individual circumstances of each customer and may change in the future.
The Society is part of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). Details of the scheme and who is covered by it can be found at www.fscs.org.uk.
You can download any of our application forms or related documentation here. If you need any help with completing one please give us a ring on 01792 739100 where one of our team will be happy to help you.