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Any fee involved (HiSave Account)
October 13, 2008
11:10 pm
Connie
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I am thinking about opening up an account. If I link my other bank account (Canadian)to ICICI and then transfer money to ICICI, does ICICI charge a fee? I don't think so based on whay I can tell. However, would just like to confirm. Thanks!

October 14, 2008
1:07 am
Peter
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From what I know, electronic transfers are free between linked accounts 😀

October 14, 2008
4:25 pm
Maxime
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ICICI never charge any fee.

However, since a transfer from your main bank account to your ICICI bank account is seen as a withdrawal from your bank account, if you have any monthly limit for your transactions (like I do, I've got a maximum of 12 free transactions even if I do not hold any amount in my account since I got a student bank account), you will be charged by your main financial institution if you do more transactions than authorized.

And you get 20$ when you sign up through a referral link 😉

Give us your e-mail and someone will send you a referral code and when you open your account, you get 20$ deposited and the person who sends the referral also gets 20$.

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