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National Counties Building Society – National Counties Fourth Issue Savings Bond

Thursday, 12 September 2002

Type: High interest account

Minimum-maximum investment: £2,500-£25,000

Interest rates: Three year term &#45 4.55% gross a year, 4.3% gross a month, existing customer of two years or more 4.8% gross a year, 4.55% gross a month. Five year term &#45 4.75% gross a year, 4.5% gross a month, existing customer of two years or more 5% gross a year, 4.75% gross a month

Term: Three or five year term

Offer period: Until further notice

Withdrawal penalties: 120 days&#39 loss of interest

Tel: 01372 747771

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