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An account to notice from Coventry BS

An account to notice from Coventry BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 03/06/2011
First Published: 03/06/2011

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Coventry BS has launched a new 30 day notice account that sits just below the market leader in its field.

The eNotice is a 30 day notice internet operated account with a minimum investment of £1K paying 3.05% yearly (3.01% monthly).

The rate includes a 0.50% AER bonus for 12 months, with the interest guaranteed to be at least equal to 3.05% until 31 March 2012.

Earlier access is permitted but will incur a 30 day loss of interest. Withdrawals can be made via a nominated account or transferred to another Coventry BS account.

Further additions are permitted and there is a maximum investment cap of £250K.

This new issue of the popular eNotice account is paying the same rate as its predecessor and complements the existing savings range of Coventry BS.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are well deserved.

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