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Bank charges: Natwest and RBS increase overdraft charges

Customers at Natwest and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) will be facing increased charges if they fall more than £10 into their overdraft.

The changes to overdraft fees mean that the interest rate of 19.89 per cent will come in when customers are £10 into their overdrafts rather than the previous £100.

It was also revealed that customers will have to pay £6 a month for an arranged overdraft, which could see them paying an extra £72 per year.

Yet customers who are unhappy with these changes may not be tied to their accounts for too long.

The government has announced that it will be making it easier for consumers to switch accounts as part of a plan to increase competition in the financial sector.

Earlier this year it said that it was not satisfied that customers were being offered the best deals, as most of them simply turn to the most major banks.

Jennifer Haines

Jennifer's speciality knowledge is credit card changes and balance transfers.ADNFCR-2776-ID-801572746-ADNFCR

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