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|Specific Terms and Conditions for the Business 90 Day Notice Account||1. Account opening and Investment Limits:
This account is no longer open to new account applications. A maximum of 4 signatories are permitted. The minimum investment is £1. The maximum balance that can be held across all accounts held with the Society is £1m*, or £500k where the customer first opened an account with the Society on or after 01.03.23. *Please note that where an existing customer(s) who opened an account on or before 28.02.23 has an aggregate savings balance in excess of £500k, they will not be allowed to deposit further monies where their combined balances are in excess of these amounts.2. Further Investment:
You may add to your savings at any time, just call into your local branch with your deposit. If it is more convenient you can post the deposit, make a payment via electronic bank transfer or save through a standing order from a UK bank or building society account. *Please note that where an existing customer(s) who opened an account on or before 28.02.23 has an aggregate savings balance in excess of £500k, they will not be allowed to deposit further monies where their combined balances are in excess of these amounts.
This account is not a share account and therefore you will have no Society membership rights in Swansea Building Society (e.g. the right to vote).
6. Terms and Conditions:
The information provided is a summary of the key features of the savings account and is not intended to be a substitute for reading the Terms and Conditions that apply to the account.
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