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Nationwide E-ISA @ 3.10%

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zippy224y, 2w agoFound 4 years, 2 weeks ago
Key Features

* A great tax-free rate of 3.10% gross p.a./AER variable
Includes 1.35% gross p.a. bonus fixed until 31 July 2012. Core rate 1.75% gross p.a./AER variable
* Instant access with unlimited withdrawals and deposits up to your annual cash ISA limit
* Open your account with as little as £1
* Transfer in funds from your existing cash ISAs and as part of our Savings Promises you will start earning interest as soon as we receive your application
Provided that the funds are free to move and not subject to any notice period
* Manage your account online
* Available to Nationwide card account customers.
Existing customers can transfer from old rate of 2.75 by opening new e-isa.
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Blasphemous#1
Yeah great...... but no one has any money to save, we're struggling to make sure the bankers don't suffer!
jaffacat#2
shame you have to be with the nationwide to applY!
Blasphemous 1 Like #3
Are you some kind of moron zippy? You've posted your supposed 'deal' now STOP posting the same thing OVER AND OVER AND OVER again!!!!!!!!!!
zippy22 1 Like #4
Blasphemous
Are you some kind of moron zippy? You've posted your supposed 'deal' now STOP posting the same thing OVER AND OVER AND OVER again!!!!!!!!!!
Techinal problems with the site!!
gluke21#5
zippy22
Blasphemous
Are you some kind of moron zippy? You've posted your supposed 'deal' now STOP posting the same thing OVER AND OVER AND OVER again!!!!!!!!!!
Techinal problems with the site!!

Are you pulling our leg here. What kind of techinal problem?

Edited By: gluke21 on Mar 11, 2011 11:32
A13 5 Likes #6
Blasphemous
Are you some kind of moron zippy? You've posted your supposed 'deal' now STOP posting the same thing OVER AND OVER AND OVER again!!!!!!!!!!


How rude. You should be banned.
Blasphemous#7
A13
How rude. You should be banned.
Really? If you READ my post, perhaps you'll come to the realisation that I didn't make a 'statement', I 'asked a question'. If you feel so strongly that I should be banned for 'asking a question' then simply report me and Admin can decide.

Zippy posted this flamin 'deal' OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER again. Zippy now tells us that the 'site' is to blame. Well if that's the case then I'm more than happy to apologise. Posting a deal over and over doesn't make it any more popular, it makes it spam!



Edited By: Blasphemous on Mar 11, 2011 12:03: .
Inactive 1 Like #8
Blasphemous
A13
Blasphemous
Are you some kind of moron zippy? You've posted your supposed 'deal' now STOP posting the same thing OVER AND OVER AND OVER again!!!!!!!!!!


How rude. You should be banned.
Really? Report me if you feel so strongly.

This flamin 'deal' was posted OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER again. The op tells us that the 'site' is to blame. Well if that's the case then I'll apologise. Post a deal over and over doesn't make it any more popular. It makes it spam.


The site has been timing out for me, so it probably is a technical hitch.

No need to be so rude.
davej1710 1 Like #9
Came onto this post hoping for useful feedback on the deal, and once again its been dragged into pointless arguments.
Anyone actually got any helpful advice on if this a good deal or not (other than supposedly no one has any money to save (which begs the question why are they looking at a deals website which means you end up spending on things you more often than not dont really need?)
Burty#10
Bah humbug, it's still quicker than trolling the web. Me thinks they both know each other and are havin a bit o banter. Made me smile anyway.
bigbak#11
davej1710
Came onto this post hoping for useful feedback on the deal, and once again its been dragged into pointless arguments.
Anyone actually got any helpful advice on if this a good deal or not (other than supposedly no one has any money to save (which begs the question why are they looking at a deals website which means you end up spending on things you more often than not dont really need?)


Good points for a scummer ;)
Blasphemous#12
davej1710
Came onto this post hoping for useful feedback on the deal, and once again its been dragged into pointless arguments.
Anyone actually got any helpful advice on if this a good deal or not (other than supposedly no one has any money to save (which begs the question why are they looking at a deals website which means you end up spending on things you more often than not dont really need?)
That's somewhat ironic Dave. You're complaint is that the post is 'once again its been dragged into pointless arguments'. Yet here you are picking up on those supposed 'pointless arguments'. Isn't that running against your 'argument'? BUT.... out of respect to your comments, perhaps we shouldn't discuss that out of fear of yet another 'pointless argument'?

I agree though Dave, the matter was dragged out due to the multiple (at least 4 times), that the 'deal' was posted. A nightmare to Moderate it all out.

Lets move on and decide whether it is indeed a hot or cold 'deal'.


Edited By: Blasphemous on Mar 11, 2011 12:12
roister#13
davej1710
Came onto this post hoping for useful feedback on the deal, and once again its been dragged into pointless arguments.
Anyone actually got any helpful advice on if this a good deal or not (other than supposedly no one has any money to save (which begs the question why are they looking at a deals website which means you end up spending on things you more often than not dont really need?)


There are lots of ISA's around.Here is some info on some of them http://www.moneysupermarket.com/savings/cash-isas/?source=GOO-0005E345&Keywords=top+isa&Exact&p=0&ef_id=-QVNehDgRy0AAMGL:20110311120904:s
bigbak#14
All you need to do is open a cashbuilder account with £100 in. You'll get 0.1% interest on that, but it should easily be offset by this rate, especially if you transfer money in.

I made hay while the sun shone and haven't had a holiday for two years.
roister 1 Like #15
If you have a look at the product reviews on them it may give on idea of the going rate. Also the amount that you can put into an ISA is going up in the new tax year.From April 6 this year, investors may put up to £10,680 in an Isa, of which £5,340 can be in cash.


Edited By: roister on Mar 11, 2011 12:27: more info
pet2000#16

Most useful post in this thread :)
shady#17
I have one of the current e-ISA accounts (which I topped up to the max for this year recently). So, what is the best bet for moving ? The original post states that existing users can open a new e-ISA to gain this new rate - so should I do this now and transfer my current value in - and then top up after April 6th, or do I leave it until the new tax year ? Any benefits to delaying ?
jrw#18
A13
Blasphemous
Are you some kind of moron zippy? You've posted your supposed 'deal' now STOP posting the same thing OVER AND OVER AND OVER again!!!!!!!!!!


How rude. You should be banned.


Pot....Kettle.....
A13#19
jrw
A13
Blasphemous
Are you some kind of moron zippy? You've posted your supposed 'deal' now STOP posting the same thing OVER AND OVER AND OVER again!!!!!!!!!!


How rude. You should be banned.


Pot....Kettle.....


Black? :S
zippy22#20
shady
I have one of the current e-ISA accounts (which I topped up to the max for this year recently). So, what is the best bet for moving ? The original post states that existing users can open a new e-ISA to gain this new rate - so should I do this now and transfer my current value in - and then top up after April 6th, or do I leave it until the new tax year ? Any benefits to delaying ?
Best to transfer now to get new rate and then you can also top-up in Apr. Apply for new e-isa and select fund from existing e-isa and enter last 5 digits of e-isa account. You will also need your nat. insur. number. Its that simple.

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