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Birmingham Midshires – The HeartBeat Account (inserted 21/2/2000)

Type: Fixed-rate interest account tied to Bank of England base rate.



Minimum-maximum investment: £1,000-£500,000.



Interest rates: £1,000-£4,999 – 1% below base rate, £5,000-£9,999 – 0.5% below base rate, £10,000-£24,999 – 0.25% below base rate, £25,000-£49,9999 – equal to base rate, £50,000+ – 0.25% above base rate.



Term: None.



Offer period: Until further notice.



Withdrawal penalties: 30 days&#39 notice.



Tel: 0845 602 1318.

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