Thinking Of Saving, Think Of Co-op Bank Hekima Account

By Carlos Onyango / August 31, 2020 | 9:44 am




“Save Money and Money will Save You,” is a quote that makes sense to most of us who have tried saving even the little that we had. The truth is; saving rewards.

Whether big or small, the amount that you decide to save will always remain as an asset that you can claim when you are facing financial constraints.

Talking about saving is not as easy as doing it. It requires discipline, patience, and self-sacrifice. It means you have to forego some unimportant things now to enjoy important things in the future. It means you will have to avoid touching your savings not unless you are pushed to the wall and that is the only thing left for you to cling on.

At such a time, when Covid-19 is attacking and devouring everything on its way including the economy, pockets are going dry. People are finding it tough to survive, but this is not the best time to withdraw your savings, in fact, take even the little you get to your bank.

Sometimes, saving by yourself is never that easy and that is why most people go for saving solutions, which in turn, comes with interests too. This is a better option than keeping your savings at home or in a safe.

Well, if you are thinking of saving, think of Hekima Savings Account by Co-operative Bank of Kenya that brings you the best saving solutions. Hekima Savings Account will help you build your savings as you will also earn premium interest with its mouthwatering rates.

The Hekima Savings Account is separate from your personal account, thus you will keep your savings away from your normal money thus the rule “out of sight out of mind” will effectively apply.

The Hekima savings Account also gives you an option of saving for Chamas and Clubs, Executive Bank and due to difficult times, a soft loan is available for you.

Some of the features include;

Minimum opening balance – Nil

Minimum operating balance – Nil

Monthly maintenance fee – Free

Interest calculated daily on credit balances and paid quarterly

Permits only one withdrawal per calendar quarter

Regular statements every 6 months

No ATM or debit card

To open a Hekima Savings Account is just but a cakewalk. You only need your Identity, and your KRA Pin then you are good to go.

If you do not have time for the bank then you can opt for the Co-operative Bank Internet Banking which gives you the services available in the banking halls at the palm of your hands. Please click this link to self-register. https://onlinebanking.co-opbank.co.ke/

The Co-op Bank internet Banking will help you keep track of your savings, check your balances, request for loans, make online card payments, and receive or send money from your account at the comfort of your house.







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