VÚB bank raises fees for its services

The bank did not say if the special bank levy was the reason.

(Source: TASR/AP)

VÚB bank is yet another bank that has decided to raise its fees for clients.

As of June, fees for cash and non-cash operation, SEPA transactions and debit and credit cards will increase in the bank.

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The increase of fees includes housing loans, cash and exchange services.
The bank did not say whether the special bank levy imposed on banks last year was the reason for the increase in prices. VÚB bank Spokesperson Dominik Miša stated that the company has reassessed the current real costs connected with the difficulty of the work with cash at the branches.

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