Everyday banking services for minors
A Disposal Account and an Electron card are the basis for everyday services
You can help your child start practising the use of a card when he or she needs to make small purchases independently, for example, to buy a snack after school.
On some busy mornings, you may have had to look for small change in a hurry to give to your child before he or she goes to primary school. In most situations, it helps when a child has a bank card and a separate current account to which the card is linked. It is easy for the parent to transfer the sum needed to the card account in Mobile Bank. Using a card is also safe, as a Nordea Electron card authenticates every purchase, thereby preventing overdrafts.
The card account can also be used for paying weekly or monthly allowances or for other funds intended for the child’s use. Adults can easily manage the funds on a child’s current account in Mobile Bank and make sure that the child has a suitable amount of cash available.
A bank account is the basis for handling your finances. Deposit your weekly pocket money or salary from a summer job to a current account. For larger deposits, we recommend a savings account with higher interest.