What does that mean? Choose the type of account you want to calculate overdraft costs for.

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What does that mean? This shows the Daily Planned Overdraft fees that will apply.

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Value should be between 0 and 5000

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Planned Overdraft breakdown

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Representative Example Lloyds

If you use a planned overdraft of £1,200 on our Account, the overdraft interest rate we will charge on the first £25 will be 0% EAR variable. The overdraft interest rate on the next £1175 will be 19.89 % EAR variable will apply.

Representative Example Silver

If you use a planned overdraft of £1,200 on our Account, the overdraft interest rate we will charge on the first £25 will be 0% EAR variable. The overdraft interest rate on the next £1175 will be 19.89 % EAR variable will apply.

Representative Example Gold

If you use a planned overdraft of £1,200 on our Account, the overdraft interest rate we will charge on the first £25 will be 0% EAR variable. The overdraft interest rate on the next £1175 will be 19.89 % EAR variable will apply.

Representative Example Platinum

If you use a planned overdraft of £1,200 on our Account, the overdraft interest rate we will charge on the first £25 will be 0% EAR variable. The overdraft interest rate on the next £1175 will be 19.89 % EAR variable will apply.

Representative Example Premier

If you use a planned overdraft of £1,200 on our Account, the overdraft interest rate we will charge on the first £25 will be 0% EAR variable. The overdraft interest rate on the next £1175 will be 19.89 % EAR variable will apply.

Important Information

  • The calculator only gives the cost of arranged overdraft fees. It does not include any other account fees you may pay.
  • This tool is only suitable for calculating an estimate cost for borrowing up to £5,000 for an arranged overdraft.
  • How much we lend (if any) is subject to application and approval.
  • Overdrafts are repayable on demand. This means we can ask you to pay some or all of it back at any time.