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    • mrs T
    • By mrs T 15th Jul 17, 3:03 PM
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    TSB current ac's
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    TSB current ac's 15th Jul 17 at 3:03 PM
    I have 2 tsb classic plus current ac's earning 3% £3.89/month each on the max £1500 interest earning balance. Is it worth closing them to open one new one, ie. £3.89 + £10 for direct debits and debit card payments? As well as the hassle involved I wonder if it might be a better idea to hold on to two accounts in case of future account/interest changes by tsb?
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    • wiseonesomeofthetime
    • By wiseonesomeofthetime 15th Jul 17, 3:13 PM
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    No because you wouldn't qualify for the new account as you already hold a previous version.

    You would then have lost the two you hold already.
    • mrs T
    • By mrs T 15th Jul 17, 3:38 PM
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    Thanks, 1.2 You must not have had a Classic Plus account with TSB before 1 March 2017, should have read that first.
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