1Offer available on new CIBC Smart™ Accounts only. A transaction includes cheques, withdrawals, transfers, pre-authorized payments, bill payments (including CIBC Credit Cards and CIBC Personal Lines of Credit) and debit purchases. The waived fees are the regular monthly account fee as shown in the Personal Account Service Fees brochure. Additional fee(s) apply to withdrawals from non-CIBC bank machines and transactions in foreign currency (including cheques written in currencies other than the account currency). These fees apply to all customers, including CIBC Advantage for Youth, CIBC Advantage for Students and CIBC 60 Plus Advantage customers. Although transaction fees, including for processing cheques, are waived for one year, a fee applies if you purchase a booklet of cheques. Fee waiver is in effect for one year, after which regular monthly and transaction fees will automatically apply without prior notice. The additional $1.50 service fee is waived for sending Interac e-Transfers. Each Interac e-Transfer you send counts as a transaction for calculating your monthly fee. Maximum savings amount based on the monthly account fee for Smart Account of up to $14.95, waived for one year (12-month time period).
2 This offer applies only to new Safety Deposit Boxes (where available), rented to Newcomers who also open a new CIBC chequing account. The prorated annual Safety Deposit Box fee plus taxes is due when the Safety Deposit Box is first rented; the regular annual Safety Deposit Box fee plus taxes will be collected in January of each year. The customer will be reimbursed the cost of a small Safety Deposit Box rental (up to $55 plus tax) into their CIBC chequing account within approximately one to four weeks of the box being rented. This cannot be combined with any other Safety Deposit Box offer.
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