The MMDC Scheme, as the name indicates is a specially formulated product designed to give the best financial returns on an initial investment. Under MMDC, Central Bank of India aims to increase the deposits of an individual exponentially, utilising the amount to its maximum and offering great growth opportunities.
Some of the key features of this scheme are mentioned below.
|Account Type||Both single and joint account can be opened and maintained|
Minimum – Rs 100
An individual can choose to increase the deposit in multiples of Rs 100
|Rate of Interest||The rate of interest depends on the period for which a deposit is made, with Central Bank of India having the right to change it at any point|
Min – 6 months
Max – 10 years
|Loan against Money Multiplier Deposit Certificate||Loans can be availed as per the existing rules enforced by the bank|
|Auto Renewals||Individuals need to intimate the bank if they wish to use the auto renewal facility. No automatic renewal will be made without prior intimation|
The following are eligible to utilise MMDCs.
Note: Eligibility for this scheme depends on Central Bank of India and individuals should check with the bank before applying.
Money Multiplier Deposit Certificates are designed to give the best monetary returns to investors and offer rates that are higher than the contracted interest rate in most cases. The interest rate offered depends on the tenure of a particular deposit, with higher interest rates for longer tenures. Current interest rates range between 4.25% per annum and 5.10% per annum for tenure ranging between 6 months and 10 years, with Central Bank having the authority to change the interest rates at its discretion without prior intimation. Investors are advised to check the Central Bank of India FD interest rates before they choose this scheme.
Yes, a certificate will be provided on opening an account.
The certificate will contain details like your name, deposit amount, interest rate, maturity amount, maturity date, etc.
Yes, premature withdrawal is permitted, subject to the rules of the bank.
Under this scheme, the initial interest accrued is added to the principle amount, ensuring that an initial deposit earns higher returns.
No, there is no upper limit specified by the bank.
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