It’s straightforward for existing Current Account Plus customers to move to a Signature Current Account online. All your account details, card and stationery remain in place. Your standing orders and direct debits will be paid automatically as usual. A monthly fee of £13.50 applies to Signature Current Account.
As part of the process we’ll check that you’re eligible to use all the benefits of the account.
You are only permitted to have one Signature Current Account so please check you don’t already have an account in place.
You’ll not be able to save and return to your application so please make sure you have all the relevant information needed before starting.
Once you’ve gone through the questions, you’ll be given the option as to whether you want to proceed. You will also be able to print a statement which confirms your responses and your suitability for a Signature Current Account.
All customers opening a Signature Current Account, between 7 August 2017 and 29 October 2017, either by converting online here, over the telephone or in branch, will be automatically entered into a free prize draw to win £1,000* worth of travel vouchers.
*Prize draws are open to UK residents only (excluding Northern Ireland) aged 18 or over. To be entered in a draw, entrants must open a Signature Current Account or Private Current Account between 7 August 2017 and 29 October 2017. One winner will be drawn weekly for 12 weeks during this period. Entries to each prize draw are limited to one per account opened. Employees, agents and suppliers of Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank are excluded. Full terms and conditions here.
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