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Cheltenham & Gloucester – Two Year Fixed Rate Bond

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: High interest account.




Minimum-maximum investment: £500 – £3 million.




Interest rates: 6.25 per cent gross.




Term: Two years.




Offer period: Until further notice.




Withdrawal penalties: 120 days&#39 gross interest on amount withdrawn.




Tel: 0800 717505.


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