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Lambeth Building Society launches fixed rate bond

Lambeth Simply Postal the direct subsidiary of Lambeth Building Society is offering investors a four year bond fixed at 6.5 per cent gross.


The bond which matures on June 1, 2003, has a minimum investment of £500 and a maximum of £200,000.


On maturity of the bond the funds are not automatically repaid but remain subject to 90 days notice.


Applications for the account are currently only available through the society&#39s website.

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