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Marsden BS extends savers a notice account hand

Marsden BS extends savers a notice account hand

Category: Savings

Updated: 25/03/2011
First Published: 25/03/2011

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Marsden Building Society has extended its range of internet savings accounts with the launch of a new 95 day notice internet account.

Paying 2.80% yearly, Esaver 95 sits comfortably amongst the market-leading notice internet accounts, while the monthly option of 2.76% provides tops the tree.

The rate is guaranteed not to drop before 31 December 2012, offering a level of comfort to savers.

However, it will be necessary to keep an eye on the market to ensure the account remains competitive.

A minimum investment of £5K is required, while early access to funds is not allowed.

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