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Bendigo Bank Trust Account

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Open a trust account that provides easy access to your money while earning interest.

The Bendigo Trust Account works in holding money in a trust that is not subject to regulation by any governing body. If the balance in this account exceeds a certain limit it starts attracting interest. You don’t have to pay any account keeping fees to maintain this account, and you can access your money in different ways.

$0

Account keeping fee

Details

Product NameBendigo Bank Trust Account
Monthly account fee$0
Card accessVisa
Monthly deposit required to waive account feeN/A

Key features

Account keeping fees

This account does not attract any ongoing account keeping fees.

Fee rebate

The Bendigo Trust Account comes with a $6 fee rebate that works in offsetting eligible transaction fees. However, this account does not qualify for any other rebate.


How to apply

To open this trust account you should get in touch with a Bendigo Bank business banker and to submit an online enquiry visit Bendigo Bank website. Bendigo Bank provides an Easy Switching process that simplifies the process of changing banks. To contact a business banker, you have the following options:

  • Speak to business banker over the phone
  • Submit an online enquiry

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