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Infographic: Switch your current account in 7 days

Infographic: Switch your current account in 7 days

Category: Banking

Updated: 19/09/2013
First Published: 18/09/2013

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Switching your current account has never been easier or faster thanks to the new Current Account Switch Service.

This free service means the once daunting task of changing current accounts will now be completed in seven days or less - previously it could take up to 30 working days!

Plus, all incoming and outgoing payments into your old account will be switched over automatically to your new account, whilst you'll be refunded for any lost interest or charges incurred during, or as a result of, switching.

So now there's no excuse to stay with your current banking provider if you're fed up with their service or unhappy with their high fees and charges.

And with a plethora of products to choose from, ranging from high interest paying to ones that include benefits such as travel and mobile phone insurance, plus others that pay you up to £125 for switching, there's never been a better time to find your perfect current account.

For more information why not check out our 'Switch your current account in 7 days' Infographic:

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