What are your most frequently asked questions?
How do I activate a Time Deposit or Demand Deposit?
What is the difference between a Demand Deposit and a Time Deposit?
With a Demand Deposit, you earn a constant gain on your savings. With a Time Deposit, instead, you earn a variable gain based on the term you choose.
If you transfer your savings from your account to a Demand Deposit, they will remain available at any time, for any need. A Demand Deposit guarantees a basic return.
With the Time Deposits, instead, you choose the time for which you wish to tie up your savings: the longer the term, the greater the return.
If I have tied up some savings in Time Deposits and I need the money before the term is up, what can I do?
You can free up the entire amount in advance (total release) or just a part of the sums tied-up (partial release).
When is the interest on the sums deposited in a Time Deposit credited to my account?
How do I move funds between my current account and Demand Deposit, and vice versa?
- Single: to transfer monies between your current account and Deposit, or vice versa, whenever you want
- Periodic: choose the amount and frequency of the transfer, and the monies will automatically be moved accordingly
- Limit-based: set a minimum and maximum ceiling for your current account, and whenever your balance reaches the threshold you've set, the sums will automatically be transferred.