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Santander is the business with five star account

Santander is the business with five star account

Category: Business

Updated: 14/01/2011
First Published: 13/01/2011

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Santander is demanding the attention of businesses with the launch of its Switcher Current Account.

Paying 5.00% AER (4.89% gross) for 12 months on the first £2,500, this business account is one of the top paying current accounts around.

Free credit and debits (subject to limits) will help firms to keep costs under control.

Meanwhile, switchers can enjoy the peace of mind provided by the matching of their existing overdraft facilities (depending on circumstances), particularly at a time when many businesses are currently struggling to maintain their current borrowing requirements and costs.

Businesses will also received £100 cash back within 11 weeks of the account opening, as long as they have switched using the Account Transfer service and have switched at least one Direct Debit.

Available to firms and companies, clubs and charities and pension funds, this account has been awarded the full five out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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