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MSE News: New bank switching deals - free £150, free £100 + 5%, free £125 + £5/mth

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Budgeting & Bank Accounts
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Former_MSE_HelenFormer_MSE_Helen
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edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Budgeting & Bank Accounts
The bank account free cash price war just got hotter. Free money and up to 5% interest, better service, 0% overdrafts...
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New hot bank switching deals - free £150, free £100 + 5%, free £125 + £5/mth

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  • edited 17 September 2015 at 5:33PM
    Kernel_SandersKernel_Sanders
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    edited 17 September 2015 at 5:33PM
    Don't you think it's high time MSE stopped calling these offers bribes? Bribery is not a pleasant thing to be accused of, yet MSE appear to be doing this with one hand and taking its cut with the other when its links are used.
  • colstencolsten
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    I don't mind if MSE want to associate themselves with bribes. They'll have the resources to defend themselves. Calling the switching deals 'new' is a bit off though as there's nothing much new about them. Nonetheless, brilliant Marketing to catch anyone who has never heard about switching accounts before.
  • darkidoedarkidoe
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    It's all to catch our attention eh? 'New Deals', 'Free'..seems to be working as we are all attracted to seeing what the buzz is about.

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