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Co-operative Bank freezes overdraft rates

Co-operative Bank freezes overdraft rates

Category: Banking

Updated: 03/01/2012
First Published: 03/01/2012

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The Co-operative Bank has delivered some Christmas cheer to its current account holders by cutting authorised overdraft charges for three months.

The 0% offer will last until 4 April 2012 and is available to new and existing customers on the Current/Current Account Plus/Privilege/Privilege Premier accounts.

Zero % authorised overdrafts are usually only available to new customers so this offer is a good one.

Helping lift the January gloom, The Co-Operative Bank is well deserving of four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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