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The West Brom adds to its no notice range

The West Brom adds to its no notice range

Category: Savings

Updated: 01/08/2011
First Published: 22/07/2011

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The West Brom has enhanced its stable of internet operated savings accounts with the launch of a no notice savings account.

Paying 3.06%, WebSave Easy Access 2 sits just below the current market-leading no notice internet accounts.

The rate does include a bonus of 1.06% until 31 August 2012, so its competitiveness will have to be re-evaluated at that point.

Three penalty-free withdrawals are permitted each account year, with any additional withdrawals incurring a loss of 60 days' interest.

There is also a monthly option at 3.02% suitable for those looking to supplement their income.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars is this account's reward.

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