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BSN GIRO-i eSaver

An online savings account that earns you 5% bonus interest for keeping a minimum balance of RM5000 per month. Sounds easy enough? Sign up now!

    • Islamic account
    • Account Statement
  • Min. AmountMax. AmountProfit Rate
    RM100RM5000.3% p.a.
    RM501RM50000.4% p.a.
    RM5001RM250000.5% p.a.
    RM25001RM500000.75% p.a.
    RM50001RM1000001% p.a.
    RM100001RM5000001.75% p.a.
    RM500001no maximum2% p.a.

Features

What would make it different?

Online Banking
myBSN
ATM Card

Fees & Charges

There are always fees but how much are they?

ATM Card Issuance Fee
RM12.00
MEPS Withdrawal Fee
RM1.00

Requirements

Are you eligible for this account?

Minimum Age
18 years old
Minimum Initial Deposit
RM500
Minimum Balance
RM100

Frequently Asked Questions about BSN GIRO-i eSaver

Things you might want to know

What is the BSN GIRO-i eSaver account?

BSN GIRO eSaver is an Islamic online account follows the Shariah principle of Wadi'ah, catering for those who are always 'on the go' and enjoy hassle-free, convenient baking services.

Who can I apply for BSN GIRO-i eSaver account?

Yes you can, provided you have the following requirements:

  • Must be 18 years old and above;
  • Malaysian citizen or Permanent Resident or Non-residents with a valid working permit;
  • Have an initial deposit of RM500.

What are the features and benefits of BSN GIRO eSaver?

  • Multi-tiered interest rates - yield high profit returns the more you deposit! 
  • Bonus interest - 5% bonus profit is all yours when you maintain a monthly balance of a minimum RM5,000
  • BSN VISA Debit Card-i - BSN GIRO-i eSaver account comes with a VISA Debit Card-i. With this, you can enjoy cashless shopping at any VISA merchants, both local and overseas!
  • Convenient banking - Transactions can be made via BSN ATM, MEPS ATM or even ATM aboard, with a PLUS logo. Of cause, you can always view your transactions online.

Is my money guaranteed by the Malaysian Government?

Absolutely. In fact, all BSN's deposit products are guaranteed by the Malaysian Government.

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