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Skipton Building Society – Three Year Fixed Rate Bond (inserted 21/2/2000)

Type: Three-year fixed rate savings account.



Minimum-maximum investment: £5,000-£1,000,000.



Interest rate: 7% gross.



Term: Until March 31, 2003.



Offer period: Until further notice.



Withdrawal penalties: No withdrawals permitted during term.



Tel: www.skipton.co.uk

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