schiff wrote: »
Close it, withdraw your money, start another but make sure you do it no later than April 5, probably ON Friday by now. Then you can search for what is available next April rather than November.
on average, members with the account have around £20,000 saved with Nationwide in other accounts."
mhoc wrote: »
I've closed both of ours today - it can all be done online - look for other services on the left hand margin. The accounts get closed straight away and the balance goes to your current account. I should think you could do this over the phone if its easier - might be worth a try
OHs was near maturity so he had £80 in interest and mine which was a few months had £10 interest.
Wednesday we open new accounts so at least we have 5% interest until April 2020
londoninvestor wrote: »
After all, anyone with £20k saved with Nationwide has proved their willingness to accept a highly uncompetitive rate on their savings.
vixen1500 wrote: »
Yes, I suppose it's worth closing and ooenjng another one but as its variable there is nothing to stop them just cutting the interest rate - do they have to give so many days notice? Or could they also do that on the 5th?
Zero_Sum wrote: »
Mine just matured yesterday. Had to wait a day to open new one, which ive just done
colsten wrote: »
I had, until quite recently, more than £20K in a Nationwide ISA as this particular ISA was a market leader at the time I took it out.
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