Results for - Swiss banks are charging millionaires to store their money!

3,144 voters participated in this survey

Instead of paying interest on deposits, Swiss banks are starting to charge wealthy customers to stash their cash. Credit Suisse (CS) said Friday that the bank would apply a negative 0.75% interest rate to balances above 2 million Swiss francs ($2 million USD). This means that if an individual client or business holds 3 million Swiss francs ($3 million) with the bank for one year, they would be charged a fee of 7,500 Swiss francs ($7,600 USD).

1. Did you know that some Swiss banks charge a fees for storing your money with them?

Yes
16%
507 votes
No
84%
2,593 votes

2. Do you think that the rich of your country hide money in Swiss bank accounts?

Yes
68%
2,105 votes
No
9%
265 votes
Undecided
24%
730 votes

3. Do you think that politicians of your country hide money in Swiss bank accounts?

Yes
65%
2,016 votes
No
9%
269 votes
Undecided
26%
815 votes

4. If you received a large sum of money would you pay a bank because they can hide your money without asking any questions?

Yes
14%
445 votes
No
55%
1,691 votes
Undecided
31%
964 votes
10/22/2019 Money 3144 47 By: Tellwut

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