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    • 30th Jun 05, 11:00 AM
    Rate changes in articles 30th Jun 05 at 11:00 AM
    Hi folks. In the olden days I used to write an article and leave it until it was update time. Now as you know we try and update all articles as often as possible with special focus on cards, loans, savings, banking and home phones.

    Therefore if you spot a rate change we've missed - or a new product that hasn't gone in yet - please send me or MSE Dan a PM to let us know.

    I don't want to make this a general thing as we'll be swamped - just an open invite to regulars
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