account or deposit with / at bank

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as_99

Senior Member
Arabic
I am wondering which preposition (with / at) has to be used after when talking about money, account or deposit at a bank?

Example:

I opened a new account at / with HSBC Bank?
I have a deposit at / with HSBC Bank?


Please advise.
 
  • Imaginary

    Senior Member
    Russian
    Hello,

    Is it correct to say "I'd like to open an account in/with a bank" ?

    Thanks in advance.

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    hairlover45

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    English - American
    Either is understandable, but "with a bank" sounds more natural.

    I would be more likely to say, "I'd like to open a bank account".

    Were I in the bank, I would say, "I'd like to open a savings (or checking) account," since "bank" would be clearly understood.
     
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