Limited access savings.
Limited access savings are for when you don’t need your funds constantly within reach.
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How a limited access savings account works.
A limited access savings account means there will be restrictions imposed on how or when you can withdraw your money. For example, you may be limited to a set number of withdrawals per year and/or you may need to give a set number of days’ notice before you can make your withdrawal. Because this may vary you will need to check the individual product terms and conditions.
Yes, you can, although restrictions will apply. To check the access restrictions which will be in place you will need to check the individual product terms and conditions.
If you need to give notice to access your funds you will need to contact your local branch in order to do this.
To view the maximum balance for a limited access savings account you will need to check your individual product terms and conditions.
To check if you can make additional investments, and the permitted maximum balance, you will need to check your individual product terms and conditions.
Generally yes, unless you are opening a Cash ISA account. However there may be limits on how many of one account type you can open, so make sure you check the individual product terms and conditions.
Yes, you can open your account in joint names unless you are opening a Cash ISA account.
Our limited access savings accounts are available for existing members or new applicants resident in our local postcode areas IP, NR, CO, CM, CB and PE. Applicants must be aged 7+ to open a fixed rate savings account, or 16+ if opening a fixed rate Cash ISA.
How to open your limited access savings account.
If you’re ready to open your savings account by post you’ll need to do the following:
- Download, read and accept the terms and conditions, using our savings account finder.
- Be an existing member or a new applicant resident in our local postcode areas IP, NR, CO, CM, CB and PE
- Read and retain the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) information sheet
We will require proof of your identity to open a new account if you are a new customer. For existing members we may request identification, for example if your records with us are incomplete.
Completed application forms should be posted to Suffolk Building Society, Freehold House, 6-8 The Havens, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 9SJ.
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