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Shawbrook Bank...withdrawls.

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Withdrawal request not available, please contact our customer service team on Tel: 0345 266 6611

Whats that all about ?

You've spent all of your (their) money?

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  1. @ShawbrookBank "Withdrawal request not available, please contact our customer service team on Tel: 0345 266 6611" What's going on ?

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  2. @ShiresCrashing Apologies, direct message us with your contact details and the relevant product details and we’ll be in touch

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  3. @ShawbrookBank Sorry, getting a bit jittery....I fully expect my online savings account withdrawal to be available online. Please Fix TODAY.

Not really making a depositor feel any better......

I'm sure this is just routine...nothing to see here....move along.

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From wikipedia


History

The bank launched in 2011 after private investors led by RBS Equity Finance, which was later spun off from the Royal Bank of Scotland Group and became Pollen Street Capital, bought Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank from the Manchester Building Society.[2] Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank rebranded as Shawbrook Bank in October 2011.[3] The bank was the subject of an initial public offering in April 2015

So many names (like aliases).

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I used to get excited with banks stopping withdrawals. But more recently i realised it made me look like a nutter, and in reality it was just from old I.T systems failures.

we are not Greece yet.

I even think the first 'bail-ins' will be swallowed pretty happily, most people wont care that they get paid back eventually in much devalued currency. they will just think 'bank took £5,000 off me, and given me £5,500 back, bit of a win!'

meanwhile grocery shopping has increased in price 100%

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I used to get excited with banks stopping withdrawals. But more recently i realised it made me look like a nutter, and in reality it was just from old I.T systems failures.

we are not Greece yet.

I even think the first 'bail-ins' will be swallowed pretty happily, most people wont care that they get paid back eventually in much devalued currency. they will just think 'bank took £5,000 off me, and given me £5,500 back, bit of a win!'

meanwhile grocery shopping has increased in price 100%

That's so true. Jesus, I want to go home.

But but but that can't be true, at 2% inflation it would take over 35 years!!?

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I used to get excited with banks stopping withdrawals. But more recently i realised it made me look like a nutter, and in reality it was just from old I.T systems failures.

we are not Greece yet.

I even think the first 'bail-ins' will be swallowed pretty happily, most people wont care that they get paid back eventually in much devalued currency. they will just think 'bank took £5,000 off me, and given me £5,500 back, bit of a win!'

meanwhile grocery shopping has increased in price 100%

Here's a whole group of nutters

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If you want to get caught short, that's your business, if there is something afoot it's best to flush it out early before the "sane" ones catch on.

"We are not greece", yes, you are right, we are much worse.

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^

There's often many a story in a single photograph.

Coral bookies right next door to the Northern Rock bank and the To Let signs just a bit further along plus the queues (go on then - boomers? ;) ) for the run on the bank with the officer - neatly summing up the UK economy.

Things are effectively no better now - they are indeed worse.

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5 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 26

paying 2.05% AER (fixed/annual).
Minimum investment amount £5,000.00.

 

5 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 27

paying 2.25% AER (fixed/annual).
Minimum investment amount £5,000.00.

 

 

7 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 1

paying 2.20% AER (fixed/annual).

Minimum investment amount £5,000.00.

 

7 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 2

paying 2.40% AER (fixed/annual).

Minimum investment amount £5,000.00.


120 Day Notice Issue 39

paying 1.25% AER (fixed/annual).

Minimum investment amount £1,000.00.
 


120 Day Notice Issue 40

paying 1.35% AER (fixed/annual).

Minimum investment amount £1,000.00.

wow 7 year bond for a massive 2.4% 

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