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Not an alternative bank
They charge you £3 to close your acc.£0.50 to withdraw money .Transferring money is £5. And then charges even for purchases from your card. After all this they claim they're saving people money. Ridiculous.Reviewed on 11th March 2016Chris
Their KYC process is bad . They will suspend your account if you get your salary in. Not a real bank as they advertise. No protection for your money. No direct debits. No standing orders. No faster payments..Reviewed on 11th March 2016Chris
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