How to write letter to bank manager for opening new fixed deposit?

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Greg Allen Profile
Greg Allen answered
In order to open a new fixed deposit, you’re going to have to go to a local bank branch. Here, you’ll be able to organize all of this in no time. The website for the bank you use should list all branch locations, so just look online if you want to know where to go.

In order to open an account, it’s necessary for you to visit the branch personally. Upon arrival, you’ll need to speak to one of the tellers to explain that you want to talk to a representative in the bank about opening a new fixed deposit account. The teller you speak to will quickly be able to arrange a meeting with the appropriate representative in the branch.

Once you have found the representative that you need to talk to, just tell them what you want to do, and explain what you would write in the letter to the bank. You should have photographic identification with you to prove to the representative who you are, and to open the account. You will be asked how many months you want to open the account for, which should be between one and 60 months.

Finally, you will just need to fill out all the paperwork that the representative will provide you with, in order to open the account. You will probably have to provide your passport number, your address and other contact information, and your resident country. The representative will open your account once you have completed all steps.

If you have any more queries, then it’s worth getting in touch with the bank over the telephone, or in person. Writing a letter takes far too long, and might see you being unable to open the account you need.
Arthur Wright Profile
Arthur Wright answered
Chances are youll have to show up at bank to do this so forget letter until you have an established account with them for awhile and they know you better

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