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Yet Another Natwest Banking Problem

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It seems that Natwest are unable to manage bank accounts anymore, I logged into check our saving account interest today and was met with a message stating "We are aware some savings accounts have not been credited with due interest, we are investigating the problem"

Combined with the number of debit card problems they have had recently, the above really does make me wonder if they are actively trying to lose customers.

Taking into account the abysmal interest rate they currently offer on savings, failing to credit interest when due is simply adding insult to injury.

/rant mode off

:lol:

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Considering that the product banks 'sell' is credit they produce from thin air it's hard to see why they should have any problems at all- what other business would have a problem if they could simply create their own money? :lol:

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