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Wesleyan rewards customers with £13m loyalty bonus

Wesleyan Assurance Society is rewarding its policyholders with a loyalty bonus of £13m.


In 1998 it awarded its policyholders a £12.7m bonus which amounted to an average of £4,000 per holder.


Managing director Lowry Maclean says: &#34This scheme demonstrates our ongoing commitment to our customers. this is the third year in a row we have been able to reward our customers&#39 loyalty.&#34

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