Pre-Contract Credit Information for arranged overdrafts
Important information - please read carefully
PRE-CONTRACT CREDIT INFORMATION
1. Contact details
|Creditor||Nationwide Building Society.|
|Address||Head Office, Nationwide House, Pipers Way, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN38 1NW|
2. Key features of the credit product
|The type of credit||Arranged Overdraft.|
|The total amount of credit
This means the amount of credit to be provided under the agreement or the credit limit
|When your application has been approved we will tell you your arranged overdraft limit.|
|The duration of the credit agreement||
The agreement has no fixed or minimum duration. However, your arranged overdraft is repayable in full on demand at any time.
If you are planning to have a large outstanding balance on your arranged overdraft over a long period of time, we have alternatives that you may wish to consider.
3. Costs of the credit
|The rates of interest which apply to the credit agreement
The conditions under which those costs may be changed.
| The Interest rate is 39.9% per year compounded (variable). A compounded rate is an annual rate applied to the amount of credit drawn down. This reflects the fact that we charge interest on any unpaid interest that has been added to your account each month.
This interest rate is variable and we can change this at any time. Where a change is to your benefit, we may make the change immediately. If the change is to your disadvantage, we will give you not less than seven days' advance notice of the change. In both cases we will tell you about it.
When you open a new FlexDirect account, any overdraft agreed by us will be interest free for an introductory 12 month period from the date the account is opened. The grant of the overdraft is subject to our normal lending criteria.
If you’ve had a FlexDirect account before, it’s not possible to use the 12 month fee-free interest offer again. However, you will get the offer on a new joint account, as long as you have not shared a FlexDirect account with that person before.
|Costs in the case of late payments.||There are no charges for late or missed payments.|
|Consequences of not repaying any amount due under the credit agreement.||You will be in default on the credit agreement and:
|Other Fees and Charges.||You may have to pay other taxes or costs in addition to any fees shown here.|
4. Other important legal aspects
|Termination of the credit agreement||
We will aim to give you at least 14 days' notice before withdrawing your arranged overdraft or demanding repayment.
You may terminate this agreement at any time whilst your account is and continues, at time of notifying us of termination, in credit, by writing to us at the above address, or online.
|Right to cancel||
You can cancel your agreement without giving a reason within 14 days, starting on the day after you receive your copy of the arranged overdraft letter.
You may do this by writing to us at the address at the top of this document, starting on the day after you receive your copy of the arranged overdraft letter but you must repay any monies drawn from your arranged overdraft together with any applicable charges, or through your internet banking service. You can end your arranged overdraft at any time by telling us and repaying everything that you owe.
|Consultation with a credit reference agency||If we decide to reject your credit application on the basis of information received from a credit reference agency we must, when telling you that your application has been refused, tell you that it has been refused on that basis and give you details of the Credit Reference Agency we used.|
|The period of time during which the creditor is bound by the pre-contractual information||The details contained in this document are only correct for the day of issue.|
5. Additional information in the case of distance marketing of financial services
|(a) concerning the creditor|
|Registration number||Firm Reference Number 106078|
|The supervisory authority||The Financial Conduct Authority|
|(b) concerning the credit agreement|
|The law taken by the creditor as a basis for the establishment of relations with you before the conclusion of the credit contract||English law.|
|The law applicable to the credit agreement and/or the competent court||The terms of your agreement are governed by English Law and are subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the country in which you live. This means if you are resident in England or Wales, your competent court will be a court of England and Wales. If you live in Scotland, the competent court will be a Scottish court.|
|Language to be used in connection with your agreement||English.|
|(c) concerning redress|
|Access to out-of-court complaint and redress mechanism||
If you feel our service in any way falls short of the service you expect, we have an internal complaints procedure that ensures that your views are heard and dealt with quickly.
If you would like further information about our procedure or wish to make a complaint please:
If you are not satisfied with the way we have dealt with your complaint you may refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service. You can also refer your complaint to them first without giving us the opportunity to resolve it, but if you do this, they will only consider your complaint with our consent. The Financial Ombudsman Service provides a free, independent, complaint resolution service. Details about their service and how to refer a complaint to them can be found on their website at www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk (opens in a new window)
Nationwide Building Society
Head Office, Nationwide House
Pipers Way, Swindon
Form Ref: PCI_7006 (March 2020)