Santander launches the “Seniors Account”, which is 100% free of charge for pensioners who deposit their income in the bank. Included is access to services at more than 430 branches around the country using biometric readers, 1,330 service windows, 2,637 ATMs and more than 10,000 Santander Express service counters.
The Seniors Account offers preferential service at the Santander Contact Centre, providing specialist assistance for answering queries and helping perform transactions quickly.
Seniors also get significant discounts on their purchases at chemists, savings on car, home or life insurance and preferential rates for personal and chattel loans.
Buenos Aires, 25 May 2020
Santander is launching the Seniors Account, a value proposition that gives priority and exclusive benefits to all adults who deposit their pensions in the bank.
Santander also offers them access to service at more than 430 branches around the country using biometrics, with 1,330 service windows, 2,637 ATMs and more than 10,000 Santander Express service counters.
All customers who start depositing their pensions in the Seniors Account will get it free of charge and receive preferential service at the Contact Centre, where specialists will answer their queries and assist them with performing transactions quickly.
They also get significant perks, such as a 25% discount on their purchases at chemists, 15% savings on car, home or life insurance until December 2020, and preferential rates for personal and chattel loans.
Just for being Santander customers, seniors get several benefits:
About Santander Argentina
Santander Argentina is the largest private bank in Argentina’s financial system in terms of both savings (deposits plus common funds) and lending volume. It has 430 traditional branches, eight social integration branches, five digital branches, three Work Cafés, more than 3.7 million customers (including 2.2 million digital customers, more than 320,000 MSMEs and 1,300 corporate companies), more than 8,300 employees and operates in 22 provinces and in Buenos Aires.