Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,549,856 members, 5,875,015 topics. Date: Thursday, 24 September 2020 at 06:02 AM

Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? - Business (3) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Business / Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? (43030 Views)

Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? / Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account / What Is The Difference Between A Current Account And A Savings Account? (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by condomuser: 7:58am On Aug 13, 2018
Try Banky W

2 Likes

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by HeavenlyBang(m): 7:59am On Aug 13, 2018
kenny714433:


I'm banking with Union Bank and UBA. They are all good. If u want interest in your money, buy bitcoin and keep or go into cryptocurrency.

What kind of dumb joke is this?
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Livefreeordieha(m): 7:59am On Aug 13, 2018
GlorifiedTunde:
Lol.



I don't think any bank in Nigeria gives interest on savings.
They wipe it all out all in the name of text message and maintenance charge.

If you doubt me try leaving 1000 Naira in your account untouched for one year. You will watch the depletion with utmost awe grin grin grin cheesy
thanks u said the plain truth...Zenith is worse...Like seriously i am even tired..It's a shame!
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by IZUKWU(m): 8:00am On Aug 13, 2018
Chenemite:
UBA
tHAT WILL KEEP DEDUCTING YOUR MONEY
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by GBJakes(m): 8:01am On Aug 13, 2018
GlorifiedTunde:
Lol.



I don't think any bank in Nigeria gives interest on savings.
They wipe it all out all in the name of text message and maintenance charge.

If you doubt me try leaving 1000 Naira in your account untouched for one year. You will watch the depletion with utmost awe grin grin grin cheesy
Dts right! All what they call interest is all lies, cos as they give u with one hand, they take even more with the other hand. The worst is fixing, except u just want to hide the money for future use.
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Djinja: 8:01am On Aug 13, 2018
Aldebaran:

Try Savanna Bank grin

Sarakis Bank grin
Savannah bank wasn't Saraki's bank, his bank was Societe Generale bank, Savannah bank was owned by Jim Nwobodo

5 Likes 1 Share

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by D1zion: 8:01am On Aug 13, 2018
Don't try that useless first bank they are thieves, keep deducting your money on any small withdrawal you make, even if you buy airtime via them the remove your money. & some of their staff are very rude.try any bank but not them. They feel they have attained their customers level as they said they are first. I prefer sterling bank or GTB, I bank with them too, very friendly staff with no too much charges involved.
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by ogayoungboss(m): 8:02am On Aug 13, 2018
Come to first bank elephant house and I wold open a savings account for you and also advice u on or fixed deposit account package and other packages we have contact me on 08127733672

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by orjikuramo(m): 8:02am On Aug 13, 2018
I doubt the line about their card cos it doesn't even work on goggle playstore
silaxx:
gtbank, uba or firstbank.........i make use of d 3, gtbank has good internet banking and deir card works on almost all international stores, while uba has good interest rates, firstbank hmmm
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Seunen: 8:02am On Aug 13, 2018
Try Fidelity bank...there monthly interest rate on all products they offer is the best...truly Fidelity Bank keeps their words.
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by abogjohn(m): 8:03am On Aug 13, 2018
kolexy:


GTBank is clearly ahead of other banks in Nigeria. As anyone tried Wema Bank's ALAT.
Am currently using GTBANK and ALAT both are great bro. Their internet banking apps are great, most especially ALAT, you will Enjoy the ALAT
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by kenny714433(m): 8:04am On Aug 13, 2018
HeavenlyBang:


What kind of dumb joke is this?

grin grin grin
How is it dumb joke?
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Seunnzy(m): 8:04am On Aug 13, 2018
kenny714433:


I'm not into bitcoin though..but this is wat happens. Like last week, the price of bitcoin drastically reduced. So spending like 50k and buying the coin that last week and accumulating them in ur wallet will be the best thing to do. There'll come a time the price will triple and you can sell it then. It will just demand you knowing the market value, when it's dropping and when it wants to rise. As at last yr, some of my friends bought it for like 3k and sold it at 15k. So look at the gain
any idea about the start up capital?
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by abefeb1(m): 8:05am On Aug 13, 2018
I'm using like 3 banks but GTB remains the best .
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by israelmao(m): 8:07am On Aug 13, 2018
Tallesty1:
Piggy bank
These tribal warriors never rest.
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Tattooboy: 8:07am On Aug 13, 2018
@op, dont waste too much time, Access Bank is your best option.

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Oladapo01: 8:07am On Aug 13, 2018
Wema Alat is the best digital banking for me. With 10 percent interest on savings.

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Nobody: 8:07am On Aug 13, 2018
kenny714433:
@op, don't go to open a savings account with the aim of getting interest. For me, the aim of opening a savings acc is to restrict me from having access to my money at will.


I'm banking with Union Bank and UBA. They are all good. If u want interest in your money, buy bitcoin and keep or go into cryptocurrency.
pls how do i invest on bitcoin, explain for pls
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by eki2000(m): 8:08am On Aug 13, 2018
To avoid hypertension, anger, unnecessary follow-ups to reclaim ur money that u deducted at Atm and only got alert without cash. To avoid unnecessary monthly deductions that will make you think if you made a mistake taking your money to the bank, some could be as high as 2oo to 500 monthly. To prevent a situation where the bank is poorly staffed or managed and you wait on cue till you develop permanent leg pains.

bank with GTbank and be a happy person.

talking from my own personal and others experiences.
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Nobody: 8:09am On Aug 13, 2018
frankosivue:
Good Morning Nairaladers.
This will be the first time I will open a bank account, so I need to be guided please.
I want to open a savings account with following features:
1. Good Interest rates
2. Internet banking
3. ATM service.

Please help recommend a Bank that will offer me good service.
Try GTB even though I don't like them for not granting loans to SMIEs. Their internet banking service is second to none. You're also allowed to withdraw all you have in your account, that is, no closing balance is requested. On the interest rates, I don't really know much about. You may discuss it with them during your visit.

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by kenny714433(m): 8:10am On Aug 13, 2018
Seunnzy:

any idea about the start up capital?
You can start with any amount. But the more you buy, the more you gain. But look out for fraudsters, secure your wallet, you must be patient waiting for the price increase. Aside that, your money is safe.
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Raylight2(m): 8:10am On Aug 13, 2018
Access Bank only

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by jolomiurenyi(m): 8:10am On Aug 13, 2018
okooloyun1:
Reekado Banks

Crazy guy.....Lol

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by budusky05(m): 8:10am On Aug 13, 2018
Pls don't go to GTB the hidden charges are too much.

2 Likes

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by DWJOBScom(m): 8:10am On Aug 13, 2018
awoofawoo:

....
Which yeye First Bank....... Their arrogant and complacent is too much ......to save money with them, na wahala and to get your money na also wahala. ..., angry

Everybody has said same of every bank in Nigeria

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Neofingerz: 8:11am On Aug 13, 2018
frankosivue:
I was at Union Bank weeks back so I asked their staffs requirements to open a savings account with them. I was told to come along with some documents and 2.5k. He said I will get an ATM card within an hour of opening my account there for 1k. What do you think, Nairaladers?
can you tell us the documents please
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Jidibia(m): 8:11am On Aug 13, 2018
GTB. Thank me later.

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Nobody: 8:12am On Aug 13, 2018
Aldebaran:

Try Savanna Bank grin

Sarakis Bank grin
Saraki don abandon savanah tey tey. Lol. He now ones access bank sold to him by is friend and then CBN governor, SLS

2 Likes

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by emmylee097: 8:12am On Aug 13, 2018
Sterling bank
Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by greggng: 8:13am On Aug 13, 2018
Don't say I didn't advice you. Go to zenith or first bank for yiur peace of mind....thank me always

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by Neofingerz: 8:13am On Aug 13, 2018
David0:
Union Bank You can even open using their mobile app. Very easy.
can you be specific like how

1 Like

Re: Best Bank To Open A Savings Account In Nigeria? by kophy(m): 8:13am On Aug 13, 2018
My best bank is Diamond Bank,

1 Like

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (Reply)

How To Become A Multimillionaire In Year 2018 / Man In Suit Selling Suya In Ikorodu, Lagos (photos) / Young Farmers Cooperative Society In Abeokuta

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2020 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 78
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.