Some times we stop using a particular bank account maybe because of the transactions that we process through that account has stopped so we forget about the bank. As time passes by the account becomes inactive because the bank might feel you no longer need the account so they might even close the account.
When this occurs then know that you can no longer access the account again. In this article, our focus will be on FNB bank and how you can reactivate the bank account.
How to reopen a closed FNB account
Remember once your account is charged off (closed by the bank), both the debit card and Online Banking are canceled. Here are the options you have;
- If you have your debit card, you may bring it to the bank and have it reactivated. Before the reactivation is done you will need to show identification, sign a form, and be reactivated for no fee.
- Secondly, if you no longer have your debit card, you must pay a $5.00 replacement fee, in addition to the steps previously outlined.
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