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Carpetbagger beater

Norwich & Peterborough Building Society is joining fellow carpetbagging targets by asking new members to hand over any windfall payments to charity.


The move follows that of other building societies in recent weeks, including Nationwide.


Experts predict Skipton Building Society is to enforce the pro-conversion deterrent in the next few weeks.


N&P chief executive Matthew Bullock says the move is designed maintain service levels to existing customers.

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