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Prudential&#39s Egg sets out times for processing accounts

Egg has set up a web site to keep customers informed of processing delays for its savings account which is currently running at 28 days.


Customer demand for Egg&#39s savings account is still running very high.


The web site will be updated daily and there will also be a freephone number to keep customers informed.


Egg chief operating officer Paul Gratton says: &#34We are absolutely delighted with the response we have had so far and would like to thank customers for their patience.&#34


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