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Marsden BS relaunches eSaver 95 account

Marsden BS relaunches eSaver 95 account

Category: Savings

Updated: 12/09/2012
First Published: 12/09/2012

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Marsden Building Society has reinstated its eSaver notice account, available to savers with deposits of £5,000 and over.

The basics…

The eSaver 95 account pays a competitive rate of 2.80% for savers with deposits between £5,000 and £24,999. A higher rate of 3.05% is awarded to those with investments between £25,000 and £250,000.

Monthly interest is also available under the same investment tiers, paying rates of 2.76% and 3.01% respectively.

The finer details….

Advance notice of 95 days is required to access funds and as with the majority of notice accounts, early access is not permitted. This account is available to savers aged 18 and over and can be operated online only.

Why we like it…

This account pays a decent rate of return to savers who do not require immediate access to their money. Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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