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Portman Building Society – Two Year Step Up Bond (inserted 29/11/99)

Two Year Step-Up Bond




Type: Two-year bond with tiered interest rates.



Minimum-maximum investment: £500-£50,000 (£100,000 for joint account).



Interest rates: 6% gross in year 1, 7% gross in year 2.



Term: 2 years.



Offer period: Until further notice.



Withdrawal penalties: No withdrawals permitted.



Tel: 0800 807080.

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