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Guys,

just opened a bradford & bingley and a yorkshire building society account both paying (5.1 % AER)

I'm going to move some of my savings out of the nationwide. Bastards keep of taking ages to up their rate

and also I want to spread the risk.

Is it 30,000 pounds that it guarenteed payable in case of a bank defaulting ?

Any link to this.

Thanks

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Guys,

just opened a bradford & bingley and a yorkshire building society account both paying (5.1 % AER)

I'm going to move some of my savings out of the nationwide. Bastards keep of taking ages to up their rate

and also I want to spread the risk.

Is it 30,000 pounds that it guarenteed payable in case of a bank defaulting ?

Any link to this.

Thanks

Taken from the smile webpage, is this what you are referring to

Q How is the money in my account protected under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)?

A. The scheme acts as a safety net for customers of financial services firms regulated by the Financial Services Authority. Payments under the scheme are limited to 100% of the first £2,000 of a depositor's total deposits, and 90% of the next £33,000 giving rise to a maximum compensation payment of £31,700. Further details can be found at www.fscs.org.uk.

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