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Become a Client
Coop wants to bring everyday banking services closer to people, so that life will be good for people everywhere in Estonia.
Identify yourself electronically and open an account in just a couple of minutes!
I grant Coop Pank AS my consent to make queries about me in official databases and to process my data in order to establish a client relationship with Coop Pank AS.
We help keep every corner of Estonia alive! Everything starts from us.
With a Coop bank card, you get discounts and earn bonus points in 350 Coop stores. Make quick and easy contactless payments. You can also use all of our cards for making payments online.
A banking plan includes all important banking services for a fixed monthly fee.
Coop Pank has the biggest cash network in Estonia – with our cards, you can withdraw cash from the ATMs of all banks and get cash back from 350 Coop stores.
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Keep an eye on your money matters wherever you are. Using the Internet bank and mobile bank of Coop Pank is really easy. Give it a try!
The easiest way to become a client of Coop Pank is to do it online. You can start using the Internet bank immediately and we will post the card to your home address.
You can also open an account at our branches or at the banking points located in Coop stores.
A parent can open an account for his or her child at a branch of the bank. Please bring your and your child’s identity documents.
You can also get a bankcard for a child who is at least six years old. The main banking services (account, card and payments) are free of charge for children.
You can open a children’s deposit to save money for your children and we offer the best interest rate on the market for it!
Don’t forget to inform your employer about your account in Coop Pank so that they transfer your salary there.
You will find the application for changing the account here.
The money in current accounts and deposits is guaranteed by the Guarantee Fund, which will compensate deposits to the extent of 100%, but not more than 100,000 euros per depositor in one credit institution.