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these accounts work great for PP

however ive realised (after not reading the manual AGAIN)

that you cant withdraw funds for 1 year

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You sure?

At least the christmas after this one will be a good one
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made a few stealth accounts acouple of weeks ago

added some halifax savers

withdrew 300 today with the intention to transfer to my current account

theres no option to transfer

fixed term of 1 year

im sure if i went into branch i could sort it but thats how it is
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At least the christmas after this one will be a good one
Sounds like an ISA to me
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my isa works fine for PP

the regular saver is a "higher" interest account

you have to leave the dosh in to get that rate

oh well there will be 306 when i withdraw haha
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worst than a paypal account!
at least with paypal is only 6 months you'll have to wait
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Ugh fixed terms - I hear that
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Just be careful if using ISAs. There are annual limits on what can go into the account (and therefore withdrawn from paypal).
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ISAs have also been known to not like miss-matching names from many banks, or so I've read on here, so best to be avoided if possible
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Has anyone tried the Halifax ISA with a different name, tempted to open one up as opposed to opening another Halifax Esaver, mix things up a bit
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Use the Halifax Online Saver as you can transfer any time you like from these.
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Use the Halifax Online Saver as you can transfer any time you like from these.
Ah ok didn't realise you couldn't transfer. Cheers
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yer too many complications, i made a post somehwere about what complications are involved, anyway not woth bothering with imho.
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Online saver still ok though?
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Online saver still ok though?
Yep.........
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Yeah i had 14 halifax online savers for paypal..they work fine..i even had a halifax online isa which work..don't anymore though..you can transfer funds fine and still work fine..although now they limited how many u can open online think it's like 3 per person now
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By HMRC rules you are only allowed one active cash ISA per tax year
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Yeah i had 14 halifax online savers for paypal..they work fine..i even had a halifax online isa which work..don't anymore though..you can transfer funds fine and still work fine..although now they limited how many u can open online think it's like 3 per person now
Whoah. When you say you "had" what happened? You closed your account?
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Hi this was in 2011/12. And yeah i just got fed up of so many accounts and eventually some of the stealths got limited anyway with 0 funds so i just wrote to halifax and closed them..they did this no problem. Right now I got 1 online ISA and 2 online savers..then just 3 normal current accounts
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Open an ONLINE INTERNET savings account - easy peasy easy easy to open - instant if you are an existing Halifax customer.. open with 1... I've got 12 of them running and receiving cash in... you can transfer it to wherever you want with no restrictions or hassles.... ooooooooooohhh its lovely!!!!
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how many account u can open online savings account per person now on Halifax?
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how many account u can open online savings account per person now on Halifax?

quite a few but think of the bigger picture.
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