I was doing my online banking and reading through their material, when I noticed a blurb " we offer you a wide range of savings account and fixed deposit products and services.....". Should this not have read " we offer you a wide range of savings accounts and....", as there are multiple types of accounts offered. further on they stated numerous savings account, again should this not have been numerous savings accounts.
My question is what is the correct usage of adding a s when dealing with definition that may have multiple or singular preferences,e.g
This is my savings account, as I've indicate a singular person. We offer multiple savings accounts, indicating plural types of accounts. However what is correct when stating "we offer a current and savings (account or accounts)" as in this case there are two accounts in the sentence.
Somehow when reading that I started to question the correct usage of plurals in singular or multiple forms.