Bonus offered for switching to Halifax

Banking customers that switch their current account to Halifax are in line for a £100 bonus, the bank has announced.

From June 18th 2007, new customers will receive £100 in their account when they switch their main account to a Halifax one.

Consumers will receive the bonus on switching to any Halifax current account, not just its flagship High Interest current account product.

The bank has pointed out that the ‘big four’ high street banks generally pay current account holders 0.10 per cent on credit balances.

In contrast, Halifax pays six per cent on its High Interest account and claims that customers of the big four are losing out on £1 billion every year.

“Why stick with a Bonus offered for switching to Halifax

Banking customers that switch their current account to Halifax are in line for a £100 bonus, the bank has announced.

From June 18th 2007, new customers will receive £100 in their account when they switch their main account to a Halifax one.

Consumers will receive the bonus on switching to any Halifax current account, not just its flagship High Interest current account product.

The bank has pointed out that the ‘big four’ high street banks generally pay current account holders 0.10 per cent on credit balances.

In contrast, Halifax pays six per cent on its High Interest account and claims that customers of the big four are losing out on £1 billion every year.

“Why stick with a current account that is costing you £60 each year in lost interest?” questioned Paul Marriot-Clarke, Halifax head of banking.

He added: “Switching has never been easier, now it’s never been more worthwhile.”

In related news, a recent survey by UK payments association Apacs has found that more than half of all British internet users engage in online banking.
that is costing you £60 each year in lost interest?” questioned Paul Marriot-Clarke, Halifax head of banking.

He added: “Switching has never been easier, now it’s never been more worthwhile.”

In related news, a recent survey by UK payments association Apacs has found that more than half of all British internet users engage in online banking.

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