Online bank accounts

Online bank accounts are increasingly popular as they allow account holders to manage their finances from home, from their laptop or even on the move by utilising mobile technology.

Online bank accounts allow you to make payments, set up direct debits, transfer funds from one account to another and order up-to-date statements.

As online banking increases in popularity the competition between account providers has become increasingly fierce providing consumers with a wider range of competitive products.

As the online banking sector has grown so have concerns about internet security and online fraud but online bank account providers have improved their security measures to protect customers.

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