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Dunfermline moves business to Nationwide

Dunfermline moves business to Nationwide

Category: Money

Updated: 02/04/2009
First Published: 02/04/2009

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Dunfermline Building Society's customers have been advised to continue banking as normal after its savings , mortgage and loans businesses were transferred to Nationwide

The Dunfermline brand name is to remain and, as such, clients have been told that banking facilities will be open for business as usual, with branches, internet and call centres operating as before.

Mortgage and loan customers' terms and conditions will remain the same and the lender has recommended making repayments as usual.

Furthermore, the Financial Service Authority has introduced a rule that means any existing customers at the Dunfermline with an existing account with Nationwide are to be provided with separate cover for both accounts.

This cover, provided by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, will last until at least 30 September this year.

Disclaimer: Information is correct as of the date of publication (shown at the top of this article). Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.

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