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Post Office delivers the goods on loans

Post Office delivers the goods on loans

Category: Loans

Updated: 27/08/2010
First Published: 28/07/2010

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The Post Office has really delivered with the latest changes to its unsecured personal loans.

Selected rates have been reduced by 1.0%, leaving most riding high in their respective fields.

Those wanting to borrow smaller amounts will find rates remain particularly attractive given the smaller number of lenders operating at these levels.

The loan also charges no redemption penalties for those who settle the account earlier than planned, a feature which sets the deal apart from the majority of its competitors.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are well deserved.

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