This is the new commission for Unicaja customers as of December 15


Unicaja joins the modifications of conditions for clients. A few weeks ago, CaixaBank sent a letter to its customers advising of changes in window hours and improved care for the elderly. Now, the Spanish entity based in Malaga has sent a statement to users to warn them of certain changes that will start to take effect on December 15.

Millions of users will be affected by these changes and in this document you can find all the details about how the changes will affect your financial products. As indicated in these letters and pick up the diary The Provincesthe changes will occur in current accounts or savings books and credit cards.

Specifically, it will be important to review the section on commissions and chargeable expenses to avoid getting a surprise in the bank account. The novelty in particular is regarding the maintenance and administration fees, but also for claiming debts. all of them will be effective mid-December.

Up to €0.60 commission

First, a change will be made to the maintenance fee in case of frozen accounts. Although until now the accounts that had no movements after 18 months were charged a total of 120 euros per year, now the amount increases to 240 euros per year.

On the other hand, as of December 15 0.60 euros will be accrued for each movement in the payment account, with the exception of liquidation, deposits or withdrawals of cash and debits of commissions and checks. As for the claim for debit positions, they will be passed on expenses of 35 eurosunless the debt is less than 10 euros.

In the event that the client does not agree with these modifications, they must contact Unicaja Banco. Likewise, the entity itself reports that they have other types of plans with lower commissions or even the possibility of contracting a basic payment account, provided that the necessary requirements to access it are met.


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