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Dunbar "trigger" Account. The Only Question You

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http://www.dunbarbank.co.uk/dunbar/Savings/TGA3.htm

The Guaranteed Account 3

Even if the FTSE 100 Index only takes a small step forward you could still see your savings jump by 15% in 3 years.

The Guaranteed Account 3 (TGA3) is a savings account that gives you exciting growth potential over three years, as well as the assurance of knowing that you won't lose a penny of your savings thanks to the capital protection guarantee.

The interest you can earn is linked to the performance of the FTSE 100 Index, but without the risks normally associated with direct investment in stocks and shares.

At maturity you'll receive your deposit back in full, plus a guaranteed 1.5% bonus, and if the closing level of the FTSE 100 Index has grown at all compared to its starting level you'll get an additional 15% return on your savings.

This account is available as a tax free Cash ISA and accepts SIPP, SSAS, Company and Charity money.

Exactly how the account works is explained in the brochure and Key features and terms and conditions which are available to download from the top of this page.

Apply today to receive an Early Bird Bonus!

TGA3 is a limited offer available until 21 September 2009, so make sure you don't miss out on this exciting opportunity.

What's more, if Dunbar Bank receive your application form and cheque by 21 August 2009 we'll credit your account with an additional early bird bonus of 0.33% (gross).

So let's get that straight: You either get 15% or nothing on a coin toss.

Which way do they think it's going to go, d'ya reckon?

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I've no idea, but what happens to the FTSE dividend yield of ~5%?

... so hang on - you're either flat or down 15% (all in nominal terms) or the bank is up 15% or flat.

I like those odds. I should have been a banker.

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