Bruce wrote:Also, I'm thinking about putting the excess money back into Premium Bonds. Anyone thought about the same?
To make it even easier: apply for a new one online and choose to close the old one during the application process. Balance is transferred instantly and old account closed automatically in the next few days - no need to send the secure message.Luke_PieStalker wrote:Those who have/had the nationwide 5% reg saver ending - little inside info
One your 12 months rate of 5% ends
Move your money out
Apply to close the reg saver (instructions on nationwide account) - Basically send a secure message online
Check your online banking the day after
Once the reg saver has dissapeared from your listed online accounts (24-72 hours)
Reapply for another 5% reg saver
Start all over again
I got a letter inviting me to open another 5% reg saver as my old one was ending, thought it was a mistake so phoned up to query it and was told the above is true annd its fine to do so.
Bruce wrote:planteria wrote:i don't really understand.. there's no loophole here, is there? your RS ends, and you apply for another one
I was thinking the same...!
Paying 3% on their current account for £3,000
No need for DD's or payment in
Can have 2
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