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Just found this e mail in my Junk e mail folder from 15 August.

Could it be that Bradford and Bingley are expecting the Halifax HPI to go down and are therefore offering this 5 year bond to cash in on it? Also with the 7% interest on the cash half, are they hedging against the expected drop in property prices or do they also expect interest rates to rise?

Dear Mr Cash,

Are you hoping to cash in on the rise in house prices and want the security of a guaranteed return of capital? If so our new 50/50 Property Bond could be right up your street, with a fantastic savings rate plus a guaranteed capital return, coupled with the potential to gain from any rise in the Halifax House Price Index (HHPI)

Watch your savings build and build...

- A one year fixed term bond, paying a fixed 7.00% pa gross / AER* on half your investment and;

- A five year House Price Bond, paying 110% of any gain in the Halifax House Price Index on the rest

Key Features

- Capital Security – whatever you invest you get back guaranteed

- Minimum opening balance £1,000 (£500 per element) Maximum £250,000 (£125,000 per element)

- Easy to open deposit savings account

- No additions or withdrawals permitted during the term of either element

Act today – this is a strictly limited offer

This opportunity is available for a limited period only so act now to make sure you don’t miss out. The closing date for new applications is 4th September 2006.

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