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Community Level 1TheSmudger


Internet Accounts

AdvantagesGood all-round: high rates and excellent service

DisadvantagesPerhaps best for those in East Anglia/London

"N&P offers an extremely reliable and easy to use internet banking facility from which I have benefited for over a year. Users of the N&P's NetMaster savings account benefit from a 6.2% interest rate. Although this is not the highest rate on the market (Nationwide's e-savings currently hits 7.0%), you do have the advantage of a linked current account with a cheque book and debit card and are able to use branches and phone them up without any charges ..." Read review

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Community Level 1zacb


Norwich & Peterborough - Gold Current Account

AdvantagesExcellent Customer Service, Competative Overdraft and Credit Interest Rates

DisadvantagesLack of branches outside of East Anglia

"...have recently started using a Norwich & Peterborough BS Gold Current Account. The customer service I've recieved so far the service has been excellent. When I've had need to call I've been answered straight away with no automated menu system. The online banking is simple to use, the interface being similar to the Natwest system but without the lag. My only criticism is that it currently lacks the ability to download statements for use in Microsoft ..." Read review

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Community Level 2fizzz


Headstart Account

AdvantagesHigh interest, account run smoothly.

DisadvantagesCan be disconcerting sending off all cheques in the post.

"I have had a Headstart children's account for a year and have been very pleased with it. It has a high interest rate compared to other accounts (4.50%) and nothing has gone wrong in the running of the account. The account is run by post. I have a passbook, and when I want to withdraw or deposit money i send off a filled in form with the passbook (if depositing with a cheque) in a prepaid envelope provided by the bank. Although it can be disconcerting ..." Read review

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