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Bristol & West – Double Guarantee Account (inserted 30/9/99)

Double Guarantee Account (Issue 11)



Type: Fixed Rate Bond



Minimum-maximum investment: £5,000 – No maximum



Interest rates: 5.90% gross (monthly income 5.75% gross pa / AER 5.90%) fixed until 6th April 2000.



Term: Until 6th April 2000 fixed at 5.90%; from 7th April 2000 variable interest rate guaranteed to be above that of the average of a list of ten leading instant access accounts.



Offer period: Until further notice



Withdrawal penalties: N/A



Tel: 0800 202121

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