Before closing your accounts, transfer all your money (you may also want to leave several cents) to your other bank accounts. Then send an online bank mail, requesting closure for both accounts. The customer will do all the left for you. Well, you may need to respond his/her mail one or two times:)
That's all what I have just done with my accounts. They are now closed, and they took the remaining cents:)
QUOTE(alee @ Oct 30 2006, 06:04 PM)
I've had my NetBank checking and money markets accounts open for over six months, so it's now time for me to close them. I'd like to know the best way to do this while incurring as few charges as possible.
If I just transfer all of the money out of my accounts to another bank, and then send them a letter by snail-mail telling them to close my account, will NetBank charge me for having less than $500 in my money market account? Will they demand the $7.50 account closing fees for each account if I don't leave that much in my accounts?
Is there a better way to close my accounts?