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Not much was made of it in MSM UK last week but BOI felt the need to refinance through a US mogul who specialises in rescues of distressed companies and also RBS on our behalf for a billion or so more . I presume that we have lots of money at stake in RBS and so they were saving themselves really. ( or do I mean the UK taxpayer.)

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Not much was made of it in MSM UK last week but BOI felt the need to refinance through a US mogul who specialises in rescues of distressed companies and also RBS on our behalf for a billion or so more . I presume that we have lots of money at stake in RBS and so they were saving themselves really. ( or do I mean the UK taxpayer.)

Interesting

I've had my eye on that one too... Best deal out there (in instant access savings) at the mo IMO.

The Best Buy tables at different websites don't always seem to have every deal in them, I've found, so you still have to DYOR when saving

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Already on 2.95% with the P.Office. Not sure if I can be a*sed to fill in their form for another 0.06%.

I was on the 2.9%; all you have to do is log in, open a new 3.01% account, then move the money across.

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I had this account, until I got scared of it a couple of months ago. So I closed it and moved to Santander and 3% instead.

Doesn't the AA do a 3.3% instant access?

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I had this account, until I got scared of it a couple of months ago. So I closed it and moved to Santander and 3% instead.

Doesn't the AA do a 3.3% instant access?

I'd be more scared using Santander. I've been scarred by my experiences with them.

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