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What are credit account statement fees?

This type of fee is charged for all forms of loans (except personal loans).

Change in credit account management fees:
Please note that as of 30 September 2021, if you have an outstanding loan in our books with a fixed-capital and fixed-rate repayment plan (excluding personal loans), the credit account maintenance fees due (EUR 7.50 per reporting period) will no longer be charged to the credit account but will be debited directly from the current account used as a repayment account for your loan.
Paragraph 5 of the General Terms and Conditions for Loans has been adapted accordingly. Please download the PDF version of the adapted General Terms and Conditions for Loans by clicking here.

The amount of account statement fees owed will not change; the way in which these fees are charged will change. Instead of paying the fees at the end of your loan, you pay them as and when they fall due.