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    Default Warning you have too much money

    Looking at another savings account. Nationwide online asks how much you will be saving and then says:

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    investing large sums
    
    You should seek expert advice if you plan to invest more than £30,000 in a single account.
    
    Please contact your local branch to arrange an appointment with one of our Senior Financial Consultants.
    Are they hinting that they might go under?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Looking at another savings account. Nationwide online asks how much you will be saving and then says:

    Code:
    investing large sums
    
    You should seek expert advice if you plan to invest more than £30,000 in a single account.
    
    Please contact your local branch to arrange an appointment with one of our Senior Financial Consultants.
    Are they hinting that they might go under?
    No, just drumming up FPC leads.

    Nationwide are a solid mutual Used to work for them and hold themmin high regard

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Looking at another savings account. Nationwide online asks how much you will be saving and then says:

    Code:
    investing large sums
    
    You should seek expert advice if you plan to invest more than £30,000 in a single account.
    
    Please contact your local branch to arrange an appointment with one of our Senior Financial Consultants.
    Are they hinting that they might go under?
    Nope, they're hoping to sell you products of a more exotic nature. Personal wealth management etc.

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