Withdrawals, transfers, cheques, bill payments… If you are looking for a bank account that offers flexibility then you should definitely read below!
WHAT IS THE OPERATIONS ACCOUNT?
The Operations Account is a multipurpose account that allows you to simplify your financial management. It offers you the flexibility of a chequing account while being economical. In fact, you won’t pay any administration fees for your regular transactions if you maintain the minimal monthly balance required. Otherwise, you can combine it with one of our banking plans.
A monthly minimal balance of $3,000* will save you the following transaction fees:
- preauthorized transfers;
- bill payments by ABM or LBCDirect;
- account maintenance.
The following transaction fees apply when the monthly minimal balance is lower than $3,000:
- Withdrawal, preauthorized transfers and transfers made at an ABM or through LBCDirect: $1.001;
- cheques: $1.251.
- Withdrawals or transfers made at the branch will be charged $2.001 per transaction.
If the monthly minimal balance is lower than $3,000, the monthly account maintenance fees will be of $2.501 with a paper bank statement2. No charge for an electronic bank statement2 via epostTM.
This bank account is suited for you if:
- You are looking for a way to ease you financial management with a single account allowing you to settle your banking transactions;
- You are able to maintain you monthly balance to a level higher than $3,000, thus lowering the administration fees;
- You settle your bills electronically.
This bank account is not suited for you if:
- You wish to save large amounts.
1. Fee schedule in force as of January 31, 2018. For Further information about this service and banking fees, please refer to the "My Money" fee schedule guide.
2. You will receive a bank statement only when you conduct more than five transactions per month. Applicable account maintenance fees will continue to be charged to your account.
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*If you don’t have the minimal balance, you should ask for a banking plan.