Help to understand the new overdraft fees

Your fee-free amount will stay the same and you still won't pay the daily arranged overdraft fee on that amount. You'll only pay the daily arranged overdraft fee on any amount you borrow over your fee-free amount.

If we have a mobile number for you, we'll send alerts to your mobile phone when you start to incur the daily arranged overdraft fee.

A list of fee-free amounts included with our accounts is below:

Account Fee Free Amount
Club Lloyds £100
Club Lloyds Gold £150
Club Lloyds Platinum £300
Club Lloyds Premier £500
Club Lloyds Silver £100
Gold Service £150
Platinum £300
Premier Current Account £500
Select Account £50
Silver £50

Student Accounts
Timeframe Fee Free Amount
Months 1-6 £500
Months 7-9 £1,000
Months 10- Year 3 £1,500
Year 4-6 £2,000

You’ll still only pay one fee for each day you use your arranged overdraft, but the way we calculate the fee is changing. It will depend on how much you borrow so your daily arranged overdraft fee could be made up of three different amounts added together.

When we work out the daily arranged overdraft fee, we only charge a fee on full pounds borrowed. So if you borrow £6.85, the fee is 1p on the £6 and nothing on the 85p.

We work out your daily arranged overdraft fee based on your account balance at the end of every day. So, you won't pay any fees if you dip into your arranged overdraft but pay it back before the end of each day.

You may not be able to make any more payments if you don’t have enough money in your account or you reach this limit. If a payment takes you over your limit or we stop it, you won’t be charged anything more than the daily arranged overdraft fee for your arranged overdraft limit.

Use the mobile app or log on to Internet Banking to check what your arranged overdraft limit is – and to see if you have a fee-free amount. You can find this on your statement too.

Please let us know if you want to change any direct debit or standing order payment dates.

If you’ve given us a mobile number we’ll alert you when you’re near or go over £0 or your overdraft limit. We’ll also alert you when you don’t have enough money to pay a standing order so you have time to move money into your account.

The new fees mean that an arranged overdraft could be the right option if you only need to borrow small amounts for a few days at a time.

Check how much your fees might be

We work out the daily arranged overdraft fee based on the amount you borrow. We'll round down the amount you pay fees on.

If you borrow £1250 or less, you’ll only pay one rate of 1p for every full £6. If you borrow more, the fee you’ll pay will be a combination of the rates shown below. The rates are added together to give you the total daily arranged overdraft fee. You can see the difference you pay now to what you’ll pay from 28 January.

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Overdraft fee calculator

Use our simple fee calculator to work out how much you might expect to pay.

Manage your arranged overdraft

With our mobile app or online you can:

  • Transfer money in to keep daily fees down
  • Reduce your limit or cancel your overdraft
  • Apply for a new arranged overdraft or an increased limit
  • Get an instant decision online.

You can also manage your arranged overdraft over the phone or in branch.

We will assess your situation before we offer you an arranged overdraft. We may decide not to do so. Overdrafts are repayable on demand. This means we can ask you to pay some or all of it back at any time. You must be aged 18 or over to apply.

Log on to Internet Banking, then select ‘Overdrafts’ from the left hand  ‘Our products and services’ panel, or alternatively from your bank account, select ‘More actions’ and then ‘Overdraft’.

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