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Chelsea Building Society – Mini-cash Isa

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: Mini-cash Isa.



Minimum investment: £10.



Maximum investment: £3,000.



Catmarked: Yes.



Interest rate: 5.5 per cent gross a year.



Charges: None.



Withdrawal penalty: None.



Special offer: One per cent introductory bonus in first year.



Offer period: Until further notice.



Commission: None.



Tel: 01242 283593.


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