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Accord withdraws fixed rates

Accord has withdrawn some prime fixed rate products and says not all products will be replaced.

It also says that replacement products will not be immediately available.

It will be withdrawing its three year and five year fixed rates with a 1.5 per cent fee.

It will also be withdrawing its three and five year fixed rate remortgage products with a 1.5 per cent free.

Its three and five year fixed rate remortgage products with a £995 fee have also be withdrawn.

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