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Halifax instant access savings account - 2.8%

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Looks like a good deal to me if the money is just lying around.
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#1
Only one withdrawal allowed per year. Any more than that and you start to incur penalties.
#2
Janner
Only one withdrawal allowed per year. Any more than that and you start to incur penalties.


But only on the money that you withdraw..

" Unlimited withdrawals - 1 withdrawal a year with no loss of interest. Make any further withdrawals and you'll lose the equivalent of 30 days interest (just on the amount you withdraw) "
#3
Helps in you put the rate 2.8% ;-)
#4
anthony712
Helps in you put the rate 2.8% ;-)


Yoda?:p
#5
Wouldn't bank with Halifax under any circumstances, totally incompetant.
#6
Took some change and notes into local branch yesterday, to pay into Grandson's account. They refused to take £2 change, wanted me to keep it until I had £1x1p, £1x2p, £5x5p and £5x10p then bag it up for them because "it's easier" for them "to deal with."
And I thought banks were supposed to operate for the benefit of the customer!

Anyway, e-ISA at Nationwide pays 2.75% tax free.
#7
konkywonky
Wouldn't bank with Halifax under any circumstances, totally incompetant.


would'nt bank with them because the adverts they make are second to only Go Compare for being the most annoying on TV...;-)
#8
We get 2.8% interest on our money but they get 32.8% for their money on a Credit Card. We are a country full of thick sheep.
#9
Unfortunately, this is never going to get hot, as financial deals tend not to.

Seems like a decent, if not earth shattering, deal to me.
#10
Jonnym
would'nt bank with them because the adverts they make are second to only Go Compare for being the most annoying on TV...;-)

I think that's called cutting your nose off to spite your face. You lose money if you don't put it in the highest rate account you can find.
#11
PSmith222
I think that's called cutting your nose off to spite your face. You lose money if you don't put it in the highest rate account you can find.


Strictly speaking you don't "lose money" as the balance never decreases even sitting in an account paying zero interest :whistling:
#12
konkywonky
Strictly speaking you don't "lose money" as the balance never decreases even sitting in an account paying zero interest :whistling:


You certainly do lose money in real terms.
#13
Hibron
We get 2.8% interest on our money but they get 32.8% for their money on a Credit Card. We are a country full of thick sheep.


Anybody paying 32.8% interest on a credit card while they have money in a savings account would be pretty stupid. But there can't be many - can there?
#14
inicholson
Anybody paying 32.8% interest on a credit card while they have money in a savings account would be pretty stupid. But there can't be many - can there?

Criminal financial cartels get 30%+ but the saver gets 3% which looks unfair and scandalous. It was not supposed to be the same person ;-)
#15
Hibron
Looks like a good deal to me if the money is just lying around.


Just lying around?! Can I come and live with you??? I can make some damn good pancakes! :w00t:

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