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Virgin Money delivers with no notice accounts

Virgin Money delivers with no notice accounts

Category: Savings

Updated: 03/02/2012
First Published: 06/01/2012

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Following the acquisition of Northern Rock, Virgin Money has launched a new variable rate range paying 2.85%.

The Virgin Easy Access Saver / ESaver pays 2.85% yearly (2.82% monthly) and requires no notice. Investors must deposit a minimum of £1 up to a maximum of £100K.

The Virgin Easy Access ISA / EISA also pays 2.85% yearly and requires no notice to access funds. Transfers in are accepted and transfers out can be made without penalty. Investors must deposit at least £1.

With options offering transactions via branch, post or internet, these straightforward no bonus accounts should prove popular.

Both the ISAs and easy access accounts sit comfortably within the top ten of similar products.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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