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    Rpoints Legend richard@
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    New current account offers the best rate on the high street

    Click here to visit Lloyds TSB



    Welcome to a new breed of current account! The Lloyds TSB current account offers a high interest rate, fixed for an initial promotional period. And when you apply online and agree to pay in £1,000 a month or more, they credit your account with £30 once they receive your first deposit.

    Apply today as this special offer to new customers can be withdrawn at any time.

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    Rpoints Legend richard@
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    Note: For a limited time, the points on offer for this have increased from 625 to 1125! Enjoy

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    Rpoints Elite kevenh_ will become famous soon enough
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    I'll give it ago!!
    1st Team To 100 Years Of Top Division Football. Come On The Blues!
    Now in their 109th season

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    How long is the limited time on for?

    As I am seriously considering taking this out and dumping IF.com as they have let me down far too many times.

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    Rpoints Legend richard@
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    I don't know. But if you sign-up and I haven't announced any change I will honour the 1125 points

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    Before you apply, have a look at this thread: £30 For Opening a Lloyds TSB Current a/c Paying 4.5%!!

    There appears to be a likelihood you can combine the £30 and the £11.25 Rpoints.

    The promotion code for the free £30 is: CN0ZUM1U6X. Enter it on the second to last page of the online application form. (With thanks to Scrounger).

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    Rpoints Elite kevenh_ will become famous soon enough
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    There's a promo code already in the form? (CN0CYR6Y72)
    Just replace it?
    1st Team To 100 Years Of Top Division Football. Come On The Blues!
    Now in their 109th season

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    Well I phoned them up and they said yes, so I did. Was hoping they'd give me a fuller explanation of what that one meant, but they didn't, other than saying it was 'for tracking purposes' (duh!). Perhaps they didn't have a way to look it up. Fingers crossed...

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    They were quick sending out the application form. Which has now been filled in and handed in to the branch.

    Just a waiting game now as they transfer everything from IF to my new account and set it all up.

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    Rpoints Elite kevenh_ will become famous soon enough
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    I'm approved!!
    Just got to pop the paperwork into a branch.

    Wasn't one problem with this Lloyds TSB account that you had to be a new customer?
    The 'plus account' form IS for existing customers. One of the other forms is an application for a basic acount...
    1st Team To 100 Years Of Top Division Football. Come On The Blues!
    Now in their 109th season


 

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