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Nine out of 10 with-profits customers happy with their choice, says L&G

New research carried from Legal & General shows that nine out of 10 customers who took out with-profits bonds with them last year were happy with their choice. Carried out by Questor following customer receipt of its first annual statement, the research shows customer satisfaction with their choice was 92 per cent, with two thirds saying they would choose with-profits investment again and 96 per cent saying they would consider Legal & General for their next purchase. Investment bonds product manager Mick Townsend says: “It is very satisfying to know that virtually all these new customers would be willing to put more money with us.”

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