Nationwide (regular saver) Start to Save issue 2 - incorrect balance?

grumbler
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edited 2 December 2023 at 7:34AM in Savings & investments



The same incorrect £965 in 'Overview of accounts' :/

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  • Checked mine - all good, just you then.

    If you meant to redact your paid from account number in that screenshot then you missed.
  • grumbler
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    edited 2 December 2023 at 7:53AM
    Thanks, redacted.
  • boingy
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    I can't answer your question but I'm wondering why you are not using their 8% regular saver. Is it just for the chance of winning the £50 prize?
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    boingy said:
    I can't answer your question but I'm wondering why you are not using their 8% regular saver. Is it just for the chance of winning the £50 prize?
    I'm not grumbler, but the accounts are not mutually exclusive and you could have both.  5.5% is a decent rate for what amounts to an easy access account.
  • WYSPECIAL
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    boingy said:
    I can't answer your question but I'm wondering why you are not using their 8% regular saver. Is it just for the chance of winning the £50 prize?
    I’m not the OP but I have both on the grounds that the most you can pay into the 8% account is £200 per month. 

    I’m yet to win a prize on the other account but the interest rate is still not bad and the most you can pay in is £50 per month.

    I imagine a lot lot of other Nationwide members do the same.
  • WYSPECIAL said:

    I imagine a lot lot of other Nationwide members do the same.
    Yep, 5.5% on £50/mth well worth having, alongside the 8% RS.
  • yes, I do both, £200 into the 8% and £50 into the 5.5% every month.
  • 35har1old
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    edited 2 December 2023 at 11:11PM
    yes, I do both, £200 into the 8% and £50 into the 5.5% every month.
    I have both and a win
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