123 Current Account

27 March 2012 12:00pm - Which Way to Pay

    



123 Current Account

The 123 Current Account is a new current account now available at Which Way To Pay for you to compare. This  Current Account, pays in-credit interest on a customerís total balance of up to 3% once they have more than £1,000 in their account, up to a maximum balance of £20,000. This is makes life easier for customers, by making the need to continually move money between savings and current accounts less important. The 123 account also puts real money back in customers pockets by paying cashback on gas, electricity, water, council tax and communications direct debits set up on a customerís account all for a monthly fee of just £2.

Advantages:

- 1.00% AER/gross (variable) on your entire balance, once your balance is £1,000 or over.

- 2.00% AER/1.98% gross (variable) on your entire balance, once your balance is £2,000 or over.

- 3.00% AER/2.96% gross (variable) on your entire balance, once your balance is £3,000 or over (up to a maximum of £20,000).

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