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Post Office bank plans outlined by government 02/12/2009

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Plans for the Post Office to start offering financial products have been outlined by the government.

There will now be a public consultation on the plans, which include offering access to accounts from every one of the Post Office's 11,500 branches.

The plan, which also includes the provision of mortgages, requires investment of up to £1.7bn by 2011.

The changes would turn the Post Office into "a leading player in financial services", the government said.

 

 

 

BBC News - Post Office bank plans outlined by government

 

 

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Well this could be a good move, providing the post office have a fair level of charges and fees and not get carried away with greed like the other banks.

 

Also will the post office offer current accounts to the many that are unable to get one elsewhere we shall see.

 

Im in full support of the post office if they hold true to a peoples bank and im sure they can gain a lot of custom if that was the case.

 

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What a fantastic idea!!!

 

WTF did no one think of that before???

 

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yup used to be Girobank I believe.

 

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Yeah, Girobank morphed into TSB (I think!) and that got bought out by Lloyds...

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