RBS announce new charges for customers

RBS, Royal Bank of Scotland have announced today two changes to current accounts.

RBS, Royal Bank of Scotland have announced today two changes to current accounts.

At present accounts that go over £6 on an unplanned-overdraft will be charged £6 per weekday. From October 2014 accounts will only be charged if they increase over £10 for an unplanned overdraft.

[spacer style=”4″ icon=”none”] [list][item icon=”128227″ ]£6 per day (subject to a maximum of £90 in any charging period) for unarranged overdrafts greater than £6; or £6 per day (subject to a maximum of £90 in any charging period) for unarranged overdrafts greater than £25 if you have registered for Overdraft Control.[/item][/list] [spacer style=”4″ icon=”none”]

RBS said: “At the moment, you may be charged an Unarranged Overdraft Usage Fee if you go more than £6 overdrawn without arranging an overdraft limit with us. We’re increasing that to £10 so you are less likely to pay a charge.

You’ll be able to pay cheques and cash into your Royal Bank of Scotland account at most Post Office® branches – giving you another way to bank with us.”

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