There are so many people who open a new bank account every day. At the same time, there are people who close the bank account as well. When people decide to close the account they feel that the process is a tough one. But the reality it is not a tough process at all. In this guide, I will tell you how you can close Bank of Nevada account.
Before you approach the bank to close the account you have to make sure that there is no negative balance in your account. In case you have any then you first have to clear all of those. Because until you clear the dues pending and the negative balance. The bank will not allow you to close your account.
Steps to Close Bank of Nevada Account
There is no online method that you can follow to get your account closed. That is the reason why I have explained the offline method below. This guide has been written by keeping the individual account holders in mind. So in case you are a joint bank account, then refer to this linked guide.
- Locate the nearest branch of the Bank of Nevada near you.
- Take your passbook, unused cheques, debit cards, and identity proof document with you.
- Visit the branch of the bank.
- Go to the customer helpdesk and speak with the bank officials.
- Tell the bank officials that you want to close your account.
- The officials will ask for your name, account number, and the reason for the closure.
- Provide the requested information to the officials.
- Check your account balance and bring it down to zero.
- Collect, fill, sign, and submit the account closure request form to the bank officials.
How to Contact the Bank?
If you want more information then you can contact the bank for that. You can use the official website and also call the customer care of the bank.
- Official Website: www.westernalliancebancorporation.com/bank-of-nevada-home/
- Phone Number: (877) 299-2265
Before you close your existing account make sure you have an alternative bank account ready with you. If you don’t have then I recommend you open a new account before closing the one you have with the Bank of Nevada. Move all your automatic payments and direct deposits to your new account as soon as possible.