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Ceska Sporitelna charging all the operations

I’ve been a Ceska Sporitelna since summer 2014. When I first went to the branch situated in Dejvicka, I was worried, because I didn’t speak any Czech, and was not sure that bank clerks could speak English. When I came to the bank, I took an electronic ticket and was soon called up. When I told the manager that I could not speak Czech, he started speaking English to me that was a nice...

Czech Republic 
28 August 2015 726

Opening an account at ČSOB

We didn’t have enough time to choose the most comfortable bank for us, as my husband came to the Czech Republic for work, so he needed to open an account quickly. His colleague from hr department took him to ČSOB, as it’s one of the oldest Czech banks with many ATMs and branches. Nevertheless, now we understand that it was not the best choice in the market.  My husband opened the...

Czech Republic 
28 August 2015 813

Fio banka. Comfortable and easy

Fio banka is one of the new Czech banks. I opened a debit account at this bank three years ago, as my Czech acquaintance advised me. Before that I used the services of major Česká spořitelna. Fio banka positives: -  it’s easy to open an account. Clerks don’t tire you with different questionnaires and forms. - you can open two accounts in two currencies: koruna (Kč) and euro...

Czech Republic 
28 August 2015 710

Fio Banka, the Czech Republic

It's probably a good bank, but only the Czech speakers can get an account opened here. nobody wanted to speak English to me and I was requested to  come with an interpreter. Moreover, it happened in Karlovy Vary, where almost every shop assistant, waiter, and bank clerk can speak Russian. After visiting the bank I got the feeling that Russians are not welcome there. It's understandable, but still...

Czech Republic 
28 August 2015 408

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