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Chelsea Building Society – Fixed Rate Plus 3rd Issue

Thursday, 31 May 2001.

Type: High interest account.

Minimum-maximum investment: £2,500-£500,000.

Interest rates: 5.5 per cent gross a year, 5.37 per cent gross a month.

Term: Until March 1, 2002.

Offer period: Until further notice.

Withdrawal penalties: 30 days&#39 loss of interest on amount withdrawn until July 1, 2003

Tel: 08702 404808.


Chelsea Building Society – 1 Year Fixed Rate Bond 16th Issue

Friday, 1 June 2001.Type: High interest account.Minimum-maximum investment: £1,000-£500,000.Interest rates: 5.25 per cent gross a year, 5.13 per cent gross a month.Term: Until August 1, 2002.Offer period: Until further notice.Withdrawal penalties: 60 days&#39 loss of interest on amount withdrawn until August 1, 2002.Tel: 08702 404808.

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