colsten wrote: »
you most certainly have the right to get all the interest due on your ISA paid into your ISA account.
masonic wrote: »
I also applied for a regular saver on the same day I applied for the ISA and the regular saver application failed. Three days later I applied again and the account opened fine.
Pincher wrote: »
Just got a letter.
With effect from 29th July 2015.
HSBC Premier Loyalty Cash ISA 1.60% AER down to 1.50% AER
HSBC Advance Loyalty Cash ISA 1.50% AER down to 1.40% AER
Other HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA 1.40% AER down to 1.30% AER
I'm going to start transferring some into a S&S ISA, and hope to get some decent dividends.
I was really looking forward to having £40k earning 2.0% in a First Direct Cash ISA, last year, but the slide continues.
It's like Noah's Ark time. The HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA was the last place to keep your cash, and now that is sinking into the sea as well.
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