Fidelity Sweeta Account (SWEETA) is the Savings Account designed with kids and teens in mind. The target account holders are between the ages 0-17. Fidelity Bank is using this type of Savings Account to help parents/guardians save for the future of their children.
The parent/guardian is the person to open this account and be the custodian till the child comes of age to(usually 18 years and above). The child can then decide to move to another Savings Account for adolescence offered by Fidelity Bank.
There are requirements and benefits of opening this Account type. Mntrends have put together the features, benefits and these requirements below. This article will help you better understand how to get this account type and what you need.
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What Is Fidelity Sweeta Account (SWEETA)
The SWEETA Savings Account from Fidelity Bank is designed for children between the ages 0-17 years. This account type encourage savings habit for children from early age. It also makes it possible for parent/guardians to save for their child school fees and other educational expenses.
Features Of Fidelity Sweeta Account (SWEETA)
The following are some of the key features of this savings account from Fidelity Bank of Nigeria
- Open account with any amount.
- Minimum operating balance of ₦1,000.
- Account holders can benefit N150,000 School Fees Support under our SWEETA.
- loyalty scheme.
- Birthday Gifts for SWEETA holders.
- ATM Cards for SWEETA holders of 15 to 17 Years.
- Regular monthly interest payment etc
Requirements To Opening Fidelity Sweeta Account (SWEETA)
Below are some of the things you need before you can open the FSA account with Fidelity Bank of Nigeria.
- Completed account opening form.
- 1 recent passport photograph of parent/guardian.
- A recent passport photograph of the child.
- The Child’s(Children) birth certificate(s)
Others (If customer wants to pay in clearing cheques)
- International passport or Driver’s License or National ID card or Voters Card, or Resident Permit (for immigrants) must be provided by the parent/guardian.
- Address verification e.g. Utility bill.
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Quick Note: The Identification is needed to serve as proof that you are human while the Utility bill is important to verify your billing address.
Who is the SWEET Account targeted at?
- The primary target are kids between ages of 0-17.
- Secondary target market are the parents/guardians and schools
Parents/guardians who open this account type for their children/child have the opportunity to benefit from the Fidelity Bank loyalty scheme. With Sweeta, Parents/Guardians get much more value from this account with an opportunity to benefit from Fidelity Bank School Fees Support Loyalty Scheme.
How To open The Fidelity Sweeta Account (SWEETA)
There are two ways to open this account type.
First you can visit any Fidelity Bank branch near you and ask for the application form for the SWEETA and you open it. It takes less than 15 minutes to get it done if you have all the requirements above.
Secondly is through Fidelity Bank Online. You can visit the online portal and open the account yourself from home. We have put together this Online Guide to help you with the online process.
The Fidelity Sweeta Account(SWEETA) is one everyone should have. And its very easy to open and convenient to operate. You can also check out other savings account from UBA Bank, GTBank, Access Bank, Zenith Bank and FirstBank.
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