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Post it in with Progressive BS

Post it in with Progressive BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 21/07/2010
First Published: 21/07/2010

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Progressive BS has launched a new seven day notice account that offers a higher rate than its predecessor.

The Postal 7 Day Notice should appeal to those happy to conduct their business via post and offers a rate of 2.46% on deposits of £500 or more.

No early access is permitted, a minimum withdrawal of £250 is required, and transfers must be made via a nominated account.

This will come as welcome news to investors looking for a short notice period account, as it maintains its position as a market leader in the seven day notice field.

Higher rates are only available for longer notice periods.

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