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West Brom BS goes WeBSave mad

West Brom BS goes WeBSave mad

Category: Savings

Updated: 10/02/2011
First Published: 10/02/2011

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West Bromwich BS has unveiled its impressive new WeBSave ISA.

The rate of 2.87%, which includes a bonus of 1.12% until 29 February 2012, earns a place amongst the market leaders for variable rate ISAs.

Three free withdrawals are allowed per annum, with any extra attracting a 60 day loss of interest penalty.

Savers will have to review the competitiveness of the account once the bonus period expires, but transfers out are permitted without penalty.

For being an excellent all round account, this ISA earns four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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