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Old 03-12-2020, 17:16   #27
CrumpetMan
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2 X £25 for me.

I need to cash in some premium bonds and foolishly thought it would be next working day like with the Direct Saver, but no, it's two working days. But if I transfer from Premium Bonds to Direct Saver it's instant and then I can withdraw funds from Direct Saver to my linked bank account next working day.

Where's the logic in that? Why add an extra day to do Premium Bonds to current account?

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