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helot



Joined: 11/05/2007
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Message Posted:
02/04/2009 14:16

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Dose anyone know what the Interest rate for Premier Accounts is at the moment as I have tries calling them with no response



Dusterbruce


Joined: 03/08/2007
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02/04/2009 14:27

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Look at the website. It all seems to be on there.



Mountain Edge



Joined: 23/02/2007
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Message Posted:
02/04/2009 16:41

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Last time I was in it was down to 10%



kellybelly


Joined: 08/03/2009
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Message Posted:
03/04/2009 03:27

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IF its down to 10% time to change bank.



catalkoykid


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Message Posted:
03/04/2009 07:16

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11.5 bit more if you are premier



lainie


Joined: 04/04/2009
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04/04/2009 13:40

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can any one tell me what happens if your retirement pension falls short of the 6,000 ayr income thats required to live in nrth cyprus...also is it added up to how much is in your bank accont.I'll be gratefull for any advice in fact on retiring to nrth cyprus.Lainie



dozza67


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Message Posted:
04/04/2009 16:45

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They will take into account the income of both of you (assuming there is both of you) If not, then I think you will find that 6,000 a year income will be a bit low. Savings do help with the interest rate so much higher than UK. I would suggest you try other banks than the HSBC. Bad service and their rates are much lower than other banks. Try Credit West. Experienced in Ex-pat banking with all staff speaking good english. Good luck.



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