NAB removes ATM withdrawal fees
UPDATE: ATM fees will be removed from NAB ATMs from Friday 13 October 2017 for all non-NAB customers, not including international cards. NAB customers already do not pay these fees at NAB ATMs or RediATMs.
NAB has today announced it will remove ATM withdrawal fees for everyone using any of its NAB ATMs around the country.
Already, NAB customers using NAB ATMs incur no cash withdrawal fee.
“We’re pleased to now extend this so that all Australians, regardless of whether they bank with NAB or not, can use any of our ATMs and not be charged a cash withdrawal fee,” NAB Chief Customer Officer of Consumer Banking and Wealth, Andrew Hagger, said.
“This is a good outcome for customers. We know it has been frustrating for them to be charged to withdraw their own money from an ATM, and the change we are announcing today will benefit millions of Australians.
“At NAB, we’re proud of our track record of making banking fairer over many years, and we will always look at how we can improve the experience and services we provide customers.”
Since 2009, NAB has led the industry by removing many of the fees and charges that annoy customers the most, and NAB remains the only major bank to have a transaction account with no monthly account service fee, saving customers around $5 every month.
“NAB’s commitment is to back our customers by continuing to listen to them, and respond to their concerns and needs so we can be a better bank,” Mr Hagger said.
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