Online Saver - Issue 4
Your Fixed Rate Bond savings will be automatically transferred to this account on the day of maturity.
This could be right for you if:
- you want an account you can manage online
- you want the flexibility of instant access
We are carrying out some maintenance on our computer systems between Saturday 27th and Monday 29th August.
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|Account Name||Online Saver - Issue 4|
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† Variable rate paid annually on 31 March or monthly.
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Unlimited withdrawals, subject to daily withdrawal limits
†Variable rate of interest means that the interest rate payable on your account can change, and can move both up and down.
As soon as your current Fixed Rate e-Bond matures, we'll automatically transfer your savings to this account. From the day of maturity, you will have one months unrestricted access to your savings. During this period you are free to reinvest for longer or transfer your money elsewhere without loss of interest.
It's important that you read the Product Terms (117 KB) together with our General Terms and Conditions (600 KB) and Fees & charges (120 KB) before you decide to open an account. The General Terms and Conditions explain that in certain circumstances we can make changes to the terms and charges relating to the account, and how we will communicate them to you.
Please also refer to the FSCS Information Sheet (193 KB) .
To get a better rate in return for investing for a medium to long term, you may want to reinvest into a new Fixed Rate Bond. We will send you an email outlining your options before your current Bond matures.
Moving your money to another bank or building society account elsewhere couldn't be easier. You just login to your online account to start the process.
Give us a call to talk through your options with one of the team.
If you would like to look at this page again later, enter your email address and we will email you a link to this page.
To ensure that you have the right account for whatever you're saving for, why not visit us in branch for a savings review? Book an appointment at one of our branches.