ING, to calculate effective 1 October extra costs on to customers, which is a common case, but more often to withdraw cash or deposit a an above average number of account holders that live abroad.
According to a spokesperson for the bank, becomes the measure of 800,000 account holders, the 10 per cent of the total number of customers. "We believe that it is important that anyone who has a pay package in the us, proportionally contribute to the cost of the package," the spokesman said.
up Until now, so that, for example, a joint account doesn't cost more than a personal account. "When we see that it is a joint account, a lot more transactions to be done about it." Since it's autumn, it must be 1,10 euros per month to be paid to a bank account with two names.
if you are in the kinderrekeningen going to be the money is counted and when more than six times per year, in cash, the money in the account is disposed of, the from, twelve times. In jongerenrekeningen, it was more than four times per year. Per above, should not exceed 6 euros will be charged.
According to the ING, it is becoming less and less often, the money in these accounts is deposited, and the costs are higher, in the cases where it does happen often. The count of the number of deposits, shall apply with retroactive effect. "Therefore the deposits on the 1st of October 2020, it will be counted for this calendar year."
at the End of free money for college students < / p> When you studentenrekeningen is from that date that it is to be paid when money is being recorded. "For the students, who often have to withdraw money, the costs of which we will make later," said ING. The bank will also put an end to the free money.
It may be twelve times per year for free, thereafter it costs € 0.80 at a time.
finally, you will have an account with ING and will be more expensive for customers abroad, due to the launch of an buitenlandtoeslag. "Here, too, are the costs that we have, on average, for these customers is higher," said ING. ING clients with an address in a foreign country to pay, as from 1 October, € 1 per month per account, and more.