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Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by LudaChriz(m): 11:15am On Jun 29, 2020
A lot of people are used to complaining about various commercial banks in Nigeria especially the low income earners as regards the dubious charges perpetrated by these Banks.

So I want to ask, which Bank is more considerate in terms of their charges for savings account currently?

Don't forget to tell us your reasons.

Let's talk business

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Jombojombo(m): 11:19am On Jun 29, 2020
Access Bank remains the best grin

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by LudaChriz(m): 11:23am On Jun 29, 2020
Jombojombo:
Access Bank remains the best grin

No allow people roast u oh cheesy


Modified:
Based on popular recommendation so far, Zenith Bank carries the league as the GOAT Bank grin grin


Zenith Bank here I come

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Oluwabusobomi(f): 11:24am On Jun 29, 2020
Personally, I think Zenith is most preferable. Very matured Bank

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Kriss216: 11:26am On Jun 29, 2020
Don't know, but, if you want to go far in this life, avoid Access bank!

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by HIGHESTPOPORI(m): 11:27am On Jun 29, 2020
Zenith Bank

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by culf: 11:38am On Jun 29, 2020
GTB.

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by huptin(m): 11:39am On Jun 29, 2020
Try UBA, you wont be disappointed!

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Nobody: 11:39am On Jun 29, 2020
Zenith is, followed by gtb

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Okoroawusa: 11:41am On Jun 29, 2020
None... absolutely none

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by joyandfaith: 11:42am On Jun 29, 2020
azmanaty02:
Zenith is, followed by gtb
there are two three banks in Nigeria-gtb/fbn, zenith and others

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Kvvngkhalifa202(m): 11:43am On Jun 29, 2020
I recommend firstbank been using for 6 years and no regrets

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by IJOBA2: 11:55am On Jun 29, 2020
MY BROTHER GO AND LOOK FOR GOOD CARPENTER THAT CAN CONSTRUCT A GOOD PIGGY BANK FOR YOU. NIGERIA AND BANKS ARE NOT SAFE FOR NOW.

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by 1030(m): 11:57am On Jun 29, 2020
I have accounts with GT, Access, Zenith,UBA,Firstbank but I will recommend Zenith for savings.

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Scout60(m): 12:10pm On Jun 29, 2020
in Nigeria, none is the best. All Nigeria banks get comma. It is access bank today. It might be uba tomorrow.

just choose your own wahala bank that is close to your area and start managing

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by ifytrik(m): 12:10pm On Jun 29, 2020
There is only 1 bank in nigeria and that bank is FIRSTBANK

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by NairalandSARS: 12:14pm On Jun 29, 2020
LudaChriz:
A lot of people are used to complaining about various commercial banks in Nigeria especially the low income earners as regards the dubious charges perpetrated by these Banks.

So I want to ask, which Bank is more considerate in terms of their charges for savings account currently?

Don't forget to tell us your reasons.

Let's talk business

Zenith bank

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by jericco1(m): 12:14pm On Jun 29, 2020
God knows that I'll never bank with Access after November. I'll close my accounts with them angry angry

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Nobody: 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
It's definitely Union Bank, for me.
Followed by GTBank

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by humilitypays(m): 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
For Savings Purpose
Fidelity
Zenith
Union


For Internet Banking & Online Business Purpose
GTB
Zenith
Eco Bank

For Business & Entrepreneurship Purpose
Fidelity

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Authoreety: 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
Old generation banks or PIGGY bank

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Dangrace01: 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
Gt

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Nobody: 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
None! They're all thieves



Although firstbank paid me 4k on interest capitalized on 1.1m in 30 days. So even if they keep charging me, their interest will cover for it.

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by motionarena: 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
Use me.

I promise I will keep all your money safely without any charges.

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by kponkedenge(m): 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
I would say Ecobank, I receive credit alert from them on my savings account despite the fact that I hardly ever use the account.
My most active accounts are in Access bank which I have two accounts there.
I have never ever received any credit alert from Access bank..... Only debit. I was recently debited for the stamp duty charge three times and only credited back twice. I'm still waiting for my N50 balance.
Ecobank rarely debit my account.

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by jamata20: 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
Zenith Bank all the way oh�

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Chirowman(m): 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
Heritage bank,when I was using it no regret ,why I left the bank was because it wasn't carrying out my international transactions but they have one of the best service. all this sms and bad charges all other banks Carry's out I didn't witness it .

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Naijasageblog: 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
Stanbic ibtc bank sir

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by Calabar1stSon: 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
None! Just put your money inside nylon then bury am for ground or you do saving box!

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Re: Which Bank Is The Best For Savings Account In Nigeria? by valdes00(m): 12:15pm On Jun 29, 2020
Kolo Bank...
No deduction, notin notin

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