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West Brom makes it easy for savers

West Brom makes it easy for savers

Category: Savings

Updated: 10/03/2011
First Published: 10/03/2011

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West Brom Building Society has put savers on easy street with the launch of this new no notice internet operated account.

Websave Easy Access offers a market leading gross rate of 3.00%, while the option of monthly interest (2.96%) will appeal to those searching for a reasonable income from their savings.

The ability to make unlimited withdrawals is a definite plus, but as there is a large bonus on the account of 2%, a review of its competitiveness will need to be carried out in March next year, when the rate is likely to drop dramatically.

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