1 / 6
This number is indicative of the product risk, where 1/6 indicates lower risk, and 6/6 indicates greater risk.
Caja de Crédito de Petrel is a member of the Spanish Credit Entities Deposit Guarantee Fund. The maximum amount guaranteed actually by this Fund is 100,000 euros per depositor.
How much do you want to save and when?
Enjoy an account without any fees or expenses and you will also be able to withdraw your money whenever you want.
It is an online savings account, with no fees or charges, where month by month you receive the interest earned by your savings.
It is a 100% online account. If you are over 18 years old and live in Spain, you can open yours through Online Banking and the Grupo Cajamar App. If you do not have access to these channels, you will have to register for them first at your branch.
No. This account can only be used for savings via transfers sent from another of your accounts. This account cannot be used for direct debits, cards, cheques, or as a linked account for other products such as insurance or securities accounts. For your everyday banking needs, you can open one of our instant access accounts either online or in branch.
There’s no limit. You can transfer as much or as little as you want to your account. All you have to do is transfer it.
The interest will be paid every month into the savings account itself
You can withdraw all or part of your savings whenever you need to, with no penalties, by transferring the required amount to one of your other accounts.
Open your Wefferent Savings Account through Online Banking or the Cajamar Group App.
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(1)Nominal annual interest rate 2.02% (APR: 2.00%). Representative example of the product calculated for 365 days, based on an average of €2,000, 2.02% APR (2.00% NIR), over a period of 12 months (considering 365 days) with monthly payment of interest. At the end of the period, the customer receives gross interest of €40 / net interest of €32.40. The account will be paid interest using the average credit balance. To do so, the effective date criteria will be used, considering all of the credit balances held in the period to be settled.