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A&L ads emphasise need for questions

Alliance & Leicester says it is putting the consumer back into the banking

equation with a TV marketing campaign.

The ads, which have the strapline, Making questions count, stresses the

importance of asking questions. Working with online customer service

developer Q-go, the ads are targeted towards users of A&L&#39s online banking

service.

Q-go says one of the major issues that has contributed to the success or

failure of online banking operations is the level of personal interaction

bet-ween the bank and existing or potential customers.

A&L executive chairman John Windeler says: “Our ads emphasise that at

Alliance & Leicester we do more than simply sell a competitive range of

financial products.”

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