1 Savings General Savings Account Terms & Conditions Effective 1 st June 2015.
2 1. Introduction This document sets out the general terms and conditions that apply to the accounts that you hold with the Society. There are other documents that may apply to your contract with the Society in addition to these terms and conditions: (1) Individual Product Terms and Conditions. (2) Online Account Terms and Conditions If there are any inconsistencies between these documents, the Individual Product Terms and Conditions take precedence. The Online Account Terms and Conditions take precedence over the General Savings Account Terms and Conditions. You should also read the Savers Fees for Additional Services and Current Interest Rates. 2. Definitions Account Document means a passbook, certificate, card or any similar item, which we designate to be an Account Document. We will give you an Account Document (except for Internet accounts), but it will remain our property and must be returned to us whenever we ask, to be brought up to date or for such other purposes as we may reasonably require. Principal Office means the Society s registered Head Office in Market Harborough. Reference Interest Rate means the interest rate used as the basis for calculating actual interest to be applied to an account (where applicable) which comes from a publicly available source, for example the Bank of England Base Rate. Selected Charity means the Market Harborough Building Society Charitable Foundation or, if it ceases to be registered as a charity, any other registered charity selected by it. Society means Market Harborough Building Society. Successor means any company or other corporate body to which the Society transfers its business under Section 97 of the Building Societies Act 1986 (or under any provision which amends or replaces it). Windfall Benefits means any benefits which you may become entitled to as a shareholding member of the Society under the terms of any future transfer of the Society s business to a Successor (e.g. on a conversion or take-over), where the transfer to the Successor is publicly announced within five years of the day on which you become a holder (either sole or joint) of an account (or such shorter period as applies to you if you are in one of the groups of people that the Society has decided do not need to agree to the usual five year period*). The expression Windfall Benefits does not include either (i) the right to have savings in a share account with the Society replaced by savings in a deposit account with the Successor or (ii) if you are in one of the groups of people that the Society has decided may keep some or all benefits*, those benefits which the Society has decided you may keep. *Details of these groups and (where applicable) the shorter periods that apply and the benefits that may be kept are available from the Society. The number and composition of the groups may be changed from time to time but no change will apply retrospectively. Working Day means a weekday between Monday and Friday inclusive, but excludes public holidays. Online means the Society s interactive on-line enquiry and transaction request service. 3. Customer Identification Money Laundering regulations require us to ask you to produce certain documents when you first become a customer in order to provide evidence of your identity and address. From time to time, e.g. when you are opening a further account, withdrawing a large sum of money or using your account after a prolonged period of inactivity, we may again ask you to produce these or similar documents.
3 4. Interest Rates We will tell you the interest rate applicable to your account when you open it. See also Current Interest Rates. Where a Reference Interest Rate is to be used to calculate the interest rate payable on your account, the product leaflet will set out: (1) the mechanism for calculating the actual interest rate; (2) the procedures to be followed for notifying you of interest rate changes; (3) how soon changes to the actual interest rate will be made after changes to the Reference Interest Rate. Subject to any special conditions relating to interest rate changes which cover a particular account, we may change the rate of interest to be paid on variable rate savings accounts, if we reasonably believe that the change is needed for any one or more of the following reasons (which may relate to circumstances existing at the time or those which are expected to apply in the near future): (1) to take account, in a proportionate manner, of general market conditions (including interest rates generally, the base rates of clearing banks, interest rates available on wholesale money markets or similar investments, or the terms on which similar accounts are offered by other organisations providing financial services); (2) to take account, in a proportionate manner, of changes in the costs we incur in providing the services and facilities available on your account (including changes in technology) because of: (a) the reasonable steps we have taken to change our systems for managing those services and facilities; or (b) reasons outside our control (3) to achieve a reasonable balance between the rates of interest payable on savings and mortgage accounts; (4) to take account of, in a proportionate manner, changes in the law, decisions of an Ombudsman, regulator or similar person, or any code of practice with which we intend to comply; (5) to maintain our financial strength in the interests of all our customers. We will give you reasonable notice* of any material # downward change in interest rates by letter, , secure message or other personal notice. If you do not object to the proposed change within 30 days from the date of notification you will be deemed to have accepted it. Where you notify us within 30 days that you do not accept a change, we will take this as notification that you wish to close your account, which you will be able to do without any charges or loss of interest that might normally apply. We will tell you about an increase in interest rates: (1) by letter, , secure message or other personal notice within 30 days (this method is always used for postal accounts and internet accounts); or (2) by general notice in our branches and Principal Office. * Notification will be provided at least 14 days prior to the rate change. # A downward change will be deemed material if the account balance is 500 or more at the time the rate change is announced, and (i) the change reduces the interest rate by more than 0.25%, or (ii) the change results in there having been a cumulative reduction in the interest rate over the preceding 12 months of 0.50% or more. Where the account has tiered interest rates, we will notify you if the interest rate change on any one tier is material. 5. Agreement to assign Windfall Benefits to charity This Section does not apply to you if (i) you have held shares in the Society at all times in the last five years or (ii) you are a borrowing member of the Society or (iii) you have already entered into an agreement in either the same or similar terms with the Society continuously since the date the account for which you were then applying was opened or (iv) you are, in respect of the account for which you are now applying, in one of the other groups of people that the Society has decided should be exempt*. Where an account is held in joint names the above paragraph and, if applicable, the rest of this Section applies to each of you separately. You agree with the Society that you will assign to the Selected Charity your right to receive any Windfall Benefits. You authorise the Society and any Successor to pass any Windfall Benefits direct to the Selected Charity (or to any other registered charity which the Selected Charity may nominate) without giving any
4 notice to you. You understand that the Selected Charity will have the benefit of this Section and that neither it nor the Society will release you from it or vary its terms, even if the Society decides at some stage in the future that new shareholding members generally will not be required to enter into similar agreements. You understand that if the Society no longer exists following a merger with another building society, this Section will still apply between you and the other society. You authorise the Society to give the Selected Charity the following information at any time: (i) your name and address, (ii) the date when you became the holder of an account with the Society, (iii) whether a shorter period (as referred to below) applies to you and (if so) how long it is, and (iv) whether you cease to be a member of the Society and (if so) whether you are later readmitted to membership. Following a public announcement of a transfer of the Society s business to a Successor within five years of the day on which you become a holder of an account (or, if applicable, the shorter period referred to below) you authorise the Society to give the Selected Charity the following additional information: (i) whether you were a borrowing member of the Society on the date of that announcement and (ii) if not, any information about you or any account you have with the Society which the Selected Charity may reasonably require to determine whether you are entitled to any Windfall Benefits and, if so, the amount of those Windfall Benefits. *Details of these groups and (where applicable) the shorter periods that apply and the benefits that may be kept are available from the Society. The number and composition of the groups may be changed from time to time but no change will apply retrospectively. 6. Opening Your Account The Society s savings products are available to UK residents only. Please note that we can refuse to open an account without giving any reason. There will not be any contract between us until we have opened an account. You can cancel your account within 14 days of making your first deposit or receiving this document, whichever is the later, and withdraw your funds without penalty, although the clearance period for cheque deposits (see below) will still apply. You should write to our Principal Office address enclosing your passbook (if applicable). Interest will be paid at our Instant Access Account rate. There are two exceptions to this condition: (1) You should refer to the individual product leaflets for cancellation arrangements on Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs). (2) There is no cancellation period for fixed rate accounts (other than fixed rate ISAs). Your account will have a unique number. Please quote this in any correspondence with us, and whenever paying money in or withdrawing it. 7. Investment Limit The maximum amount that may be invested with the Society is 500,000 per person, and 1 million per account. There are lower limits for certain products please see the individual product terms and conditions. 8. Deposit Restrictions We can restrict at any time the amount which can be paid into any account. We will only do this if: a)we reasonably believe that there may be fraudulent activity or other financial crime affecting the account; b)we are required to do so by any law, regulation or court order; c)circumstances beyond our reasonable control prevent us from offering a normal service (such as in the event of terrorist threat, computer systems failure or strikes); or d)circumstances exist which lead us reasonably to believe our financial or operational stability might otherwise be adversely affected (such as where there is an actual or potential abnormal level of cash receipts). In the case of (c) and (d) above: (1) we will act proportionately to the circumstances in question; (2) we will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the restrictions are lifted as soon as practical and to minimise any inconvenience to you; (3) we will take into account the interests of the Society's membership as a whole; (4) we will, if practical, give advance notice; and (5) we may consider exceptions to the restrictions if we are reasonably satisfied that extreme hardship would otherwise be caused.
5 9. Cash and Debit Card Deposits Subject to the individual product limits, and section 8, you can make cash deposits to your account at any of our branch offices or our agency provided a valid account number is quoted. The Society does not require written consent from the customer to accept cash payments. You can also make debit card deposits at selected branches, where authorised by use of the correct PIN. Cash deposits will be immediately credited to customers accounts and made available for withdrawal, subject to the individual product conditions. We may refuse to accept more than ten standard bags of coin per week for credit to your account. Debit card deposits will be immediately credited to customers accounts and made available for withdrawal at the start of the next Working Day, subject to individual product conditions. 10. Cheque Deposits Subject to the individual product limits and section 8, you can make cheque deposits to your account. Cheques for credit to your accounts should be made payable to you, and, if possible, quote your account number. Cheques should not be made payable to Market Harborough Building Society. Please note that the Society is not a clearing bank and therefore the central clearing cycle, normally three Working Days, does not apply to cheque deposits. Withdrawals will be allowed against cheque deposits on the eighth Working Day following the day of receipt. Cheques not received on a Working Day will be treated as having been received on the following Working Day, although interest will accrue from the actual date of receipt. Payment of a withdrawal is not evidence that a cheque has cleared. However, where payment of a cheque is refused by the bank on which it is drawn your account will not be debited any later than the eighth Working Day following the date of receipt. Any such debits will be backdated to the original date of receipt. There is usually a charge payable by the account-holder for cheques refused by the bank on which they are drawn. The Society does not offer a special clearance service. We may refuse to accept more than ten cheques for credit to your account on the same Working Day or we may make a charge for this service. 11. Automated Deposits Subject to the individual product limits, section 8 and the terms and conditions of your account, you can make certain automated payments into your account. Automated deposits (for example, payments via the internet or standing orders) will normally be credited to the destination account on the Working Day on which they are received. An automated deposit may be returned to the paying bank if the information accompanying the payment is insufficient for us to identify you. 12. Payment of Interest Interest on your deposits is calculated on a daily basis from the day of receipt to the day before withdrawal. Once added to the capital, interest is subject to the same withdrawal restrictions as any other deposits to the account. 13. Withdrawals Withdrawals by cash are only permitted at our branch offices or our agency, and in accordance with the individual product conditions and the withdrawal limits stated below. Written consent is required, using the Society s standard instruction form, and the passbook must be presented. Withdrawal limits at Branch Offices are 500 in cash and 10,000 by cheque per person per day. Cheque withdrawals up to 49,999 may require 24 hours notice. Different limits may apply at our agency; please ask for further information. A fee-free electronic transfer is available for withdrawal requests of 50,000 or more. There is no overdraft facility on savings accounts.
6 Depending on the terms and conditions of your account, same-day electronic transmission of money within the UK is available on request for a charge. The payment will normally be credited to the destination account on the same Working Day that the withdrawal request is received. Withdrawal requests must be in writing or online. Withdrawal instructions received before 2pm on a Working Day will be processed on the same day. Requests received after that time, or not on a Working Day, will be deemed to have been received on the following Working Day. Where you instruct us to take a withdrawal from your account we may not make the payment where: (1) we reasonably believe that there may be fraudulent activity or other financial crime affecting the account; (2) we are required to do so by any law, regulation or court order; (3) there is a dispute (which we reasonably believe may be genuine) about the ownership of, or entitlement to, the money in the account; (4) due to abnormal and unforeseeable circumstances beyond our reasonable control we are prevented from offering a normal service (such as in the event of terrorist threat, computer system failure or strikes); or (5) circumstances exist which lead us reasonably to believe our financial stability is under threat (such as where rumours cause actual or potential abnormal levels of cash withdrawals). In the case of (4) and (5) above: (1) we will act proportionately to the circumstances in question; (2) we will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the restrictions are lifted as soon as practical and to minimise the inconvenience to you; (3) we will take into account the interests of the Society's membership as a whole; (4) we will, if practical, give advance notice; and (5) we may consider exceptions to the restrictions if we are reasonably satisfied that substantial hardship would otherwise be caused. Where we block the making of a payment, we will inform you as soon as practical, giving our reasons, unless it would be unlawful for us to do so. We can suspend your account at any time and prevent you from making any withdrawals from your account on reasonable grounds relating to: (1) the security of your Account Documents; or (2) the suspected unauthorised or fraudulent use of your Account Documents. We will inform you in accordance with section 29 if we suspend your account giving our reasons, unless it would be unlawful for us to do so. 14. Automated Withdrawals Depending on the terms and conditions of your account, you can make certain automated payments out of your account. Automated withdrawals (for example, payments made online) will be credited to the destination account no later than the end of the next Working Day following the Working Day on which the instruction was received or deemed to have been received. You can provide authorisation to make a single automated withdrawal or a future dated automated withdrawal. Recurring automated withdrawals are not available. Automated withdrawals will normally be affected through the online system. Please refer to the Online Terms and Conditions. The Society may accept written instructions to carry out electronic withdrawals. Once received, these instructions cannot be revoked other than in the case of a future dated payment, which can be revoked up to the end of the Working Day prior to the date set for the relevant payment. Written withdrawal instructions received before 2pm on a Working Day will be processed on the same day. Requests received after that time, or not on a Working Day, will be deemed to have been received on the following Working Day. 15. Withdrawals by Cheque The Society cannot undertake to stop payment of a cheque withdrawn from a savings account except by the written authority of the payee. Where a cheque is drawn from an account and not presented for
7 payment for six months, it will normally be recredited to the account, but no adjustment will be made for loss of interest. 16. Account Documents You should keep the relevant Account Document in a safe place, as you will need to produce it in order to make a withdrawal. If you cannot, your withdrawal request may be refused or delayed. You must immediately notify us if you discover that any Account Document is missing. You can do this at any of the Society s offices, by telephoning or by to After you have: (1) provided such evidence regarding the loss; and (2) given any indemnity; and (3) paid any fee which we may reasonably require, we will transfer the amount in the account in our records to a new account and afterwards shall issue you with a new Account Document. Subject to the remainder of this section 16, you are liable up to a maximum of 50 for any losses incurred in respect of any payments made from your account by the unauthorised use of your Account Documents. You are, however, liable for all losses arising from unauthorised payments made from your account where: (a) you have acted fraudulently; or (b) you have, with intent or by being grossly negligent, failed to use your Account Documents in accordance with these terms and conditions or you have failed to notify us that your Account Documents are missing. Unless you have been fraudulent, you are not liable for any losses incurred in respect of unauthorised payments made from your account: (a) arising after you have notified us that your Account Documents are missing in accordance with this section 16; or (b) where we have failed to provide a telephone facility on or such notification process to allow you to notify us that your Account Documents are missing unless this failure is due to circumstances beyond our reasonable control. 17. Charges We may make charges for items relating to the operation of your account and deduct those charges from the amount in the account. The charges will reflect expenses we incur and the cost of staff time and the use of our office and computer facilities. Full details of current standard charges are given in Savers Fees for Additional Services. Changes to our charges or the introduction of new charges will be made only for the reasons and in the manner set out in Section 29. We may also make charges for non-standard services that you may request us to provide; you will be advised in advance if any charges of this nature will apply. 18. Notice Periods Where the terms of an account require that a number of days notice be given for a withdrawal that notice must be given in writing, or via the online system, and must state the date on which the withdrawal is to be made, and, unless the account is to be closed, the amount to be withdrawn. If, on the seventh calendar day following the proposed withdrawal date, an account-holder has still not carried out the transaction for which he gave notice, the notice will be deemed to have expired, and any withdrawals made after that time will be subject to new notice periods or interest penalties in accordance with the terms of the account. 19. Closing Your Account or Ending Payment Arrangements We may close your account, without notice, if you subsequently cease to be a resident in the U.K. We can repay to you all or part of your savings at any time, without giving any reason, after giving you at least two calendar months notice, except where the savings have been accepted for a fixed term which has not expired. In exceptional circumstances, such as persistent breaches of the Society's Rules, threatening or abusive behaviour towards staff or where we suspect fraud, we will treat you as being in breach of these
8 terms and conditions and we may close your account without notice. You can close your account at any time, without giving any reason, after giving any notice and/or paying any penalty required by the special conditions applying to the account, except where the savings have been accepted for a fixed term which has not expired. You can ask us to stop accepting automated payments to your account at any time, by giving us one month s notice. We will not charge you for doing this. Any interest accumulated at the point of account closure, will be added to the closing balance irrespective of the existing interest instruction. 20. Transfer of Savings You can transfer your savings to another person, subject to the conditions applying to your account and our prior approval. No transfer will be valid unless made in a form approved by us and until registered in our records. We may refuse to permit such a transfer without giving any reason. 21. Processing Transactions You must notify us as soon as you become aware of any unauthorised or incorrect payments made from your account. The Society will not be liable for any losses notified later than 13 months after the transaction date. Where a payment was not authorised by you, we will immediately refund the amount to your account, including any charges and lost interest. We will, on request, make immediate efforts to trace transactions that you have asked us to carry out. If we have failed to carry out your payment instructions correctly, we will refund any losses you have incurred, including any charges and lost interest. In the event of a dispute arising between you and us in relation to an automated payment the burden of proving fraud or negligence will lie with us. We are not liable to you for any transactions where you have provided incorrect account details (sort code and account number) for the account to which the payment is to be made. This is the case even where you may have provided additional details, such as account name, which are correct. Where a payment has been made on the basis of incorrect account details, we will make reasonable efforts to trace the payment and we may charge you a fee for doing so. 22. Joint Account Holders Where a savings account is in joint names, only the first named investor on the account will be entitled to vote at meetings of the Society. In the unlikely event of a transfer of the Society s business to a bank or other company, any Windfall Benefits that might be paid would also be due only to the first named holder. It is for the account holders to decide the order of the names on the account. All joint account holders are jointly and severally bound by the Rules of the Society. Joint account holders (other than trustees) may specify how many of them must sign for withdrawals and changes to account details. Provided the specified number of signatures appears on any withdrawal authority, withdrawals and changes may be made without the knowledge of the remaining account holder(s). This arrangement can be ended at any time on the signature of one of the account holders, and thereafter all parties will be required to sign. Where the account holders specify that all of their signatures are required for withdrawals and changes to account details, it will not be possible for any withdrawals or changes to be made unless all signatures are provided. Note that this can present difficulties in the event of a dispute arising between the account holders, or if they lose contact with each other. All trustees must sign for withdrawals and changes on trust accounts.
9 23. Death of an Investor In the event of the death of a joint account holder, where one account holder dies, we will, on receipt of satisfactory evidence of the death, treat the surviving holder(s) as being entitled to the account. The other terms of the account will remain unchanged. In other circumstances if an investor dies and does not have more than 15,000 invested in total with the Society then we can pay that sum to any person who claims to be beneficially entitled on receipt of an indemnity and following sight of a death certificate and proof of executorship. Otherwise the Society will require sight of the Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration. 24. Statements Statements of account are not issued automatically. If you require a certificate showing interest paid or credited during the tax year you may access our online service, telephone or call at any of the Society s branch offices. Please note that there is a charge for the issue of duplicate certificates. 25. Provision of Information We will make available, on request, further information to help you identify transactions on your account including: (1) a reference enabling you to identify the transaction; (2) the amount of the payment transaction; (3) the amount of any charges for the transaction; (4) the transaction date. We will normally provide information to you (including notifications of changes to terms and conditions and interest rates) in writing. If you are registered for our online service, we may use our secure - messaging system. All communications will be in English, and can be made available in Braille, Large Print and audio format, if requested. You may, at any time, request copies of the documents that make up the terms of your contract with the Society. 26. Changes to Contact Information if you change any of the following information, you should let us know in writing or via our online service: (1) name - evidence of name change must be provided; (2) address; (3) address for correspondence; (4) telephone number; (5) address. If you have changed your address without advising us and have not used your account for some time we may ask you to produce evidence of your new address before permitting a withdrawal. 27. Claims of Third Parties We do not have to recognise the interest or claim of any person other than the account holder(s) in respect of money held in any account, nor will we be liable in any way for failing to recognise such interest or claim, except as required by law. 28. Unclaimed Balances If: (1) you cannot be traced after reasonable enquiry, and (2) either (a) for a period of 3 years you have made no payment to or withdrawal from your account and the amount in that account is less than 100, or (b) for a period of 5 years you have made no payment to or withdrawal from your account, we may decide to close that account and the money in it will be retained by us. If, however, you contact us at a later date we will either open a new account for you and credit that account with the amount of money in the closed account or repay the money to you, with interest, at a rate which we reasonably consider to be appropriate. 29. Changes to Terms and Conditions These Terms and Conditions remain in force for as long as you hold an account with the Society or until we notify you of a change. For changes to interest rates, see Section 4; for all other changes, the conditions detailed below will apply.
10 Changes may include the removal of or amendment to conditions or the inclusion of new conditions, and may be made if we reasonably believe that the change is needed for any of the following reasons (which may relate to circumstances existing at the time or those which are expected to apply in the near future): (1) to take account, in a proportionate manner, of changes in the general deposit account practice of banks and building societies offering similar services including the terms on which they offer similar products; (2) to take account, in a proportionate manner, of changes in the costs we incur in providing the services and facilities available on your account (including changes in technology) because of: the reasonable steps we have taken to change our systems for managing those services and facilities; or reasons outside our control; (3) to give extra benefit to savers (including making the terms of accounts easier to understand); (4) to take account of, in a proportionate manner, changes in the law, decisions of an Ombudsman, regulator or similar person, or any code of practice with which we intend to comply; (5) to correct errors, where it is reasonable to do so; (6) to take account of changes in technology or security design. If the change relates to any of these terms and conditions dealing with automated payments on your account we will give you two months notice of any change by letter, , secure message or other personal notice. Where you notify us within the two months notice period that you do not accept the change we will take this as notification that you wish to close your account without notice or loss of interest. For any other change to these terms and conditions the following provisions apply: (1) where the change is to your advantage the change will be made immediately and will be publicised on our website and in our branches within 30 days of the change; (2) if the change is to your disadvantage we will inform you by letter, , secure message or other personal notice at least 30 days before the change is to take effect: (a) if we require you to give notice before making a withdrawal or restrict the amount you may withdraw and/or the number of withdrawals you may make in any period, then from the date we sent the notice of the change you will have 60 days, or a period equal to the notice period if greater, to close your account without notice or loss of interest and without paying any fees or charges for withdrawal that would otherwise be due; (b) if your account is for a fixed term any change notified to you will take effect at the end of the fixed term, and you will be deemed to have accepted the change unless you notify us in writing that you do not agree to the change as soon as possible and in any event before the end of the fixed term. If you notify us that you do not accept the change, we will take this as notification that you wish to close your account at the end of the fixed term. 30. Set-Off We may use the money in your account towards payment of any money that you owe us (for example, under a mortgage loan, guarantee or otherwise) which is due for payment but has not been paid. This is known as our right of set-off. We will not use our right of set-off in relation to money in your account if we have grounds to think that any of the following apply: (1) The money is needed to meet your essential living expenses or payments due in respect of: mortgage or rental payments on your home; your essential goods or services (such as payments due in respect of your cooker or refrigerator or your means to travel to work); utilities (water, gas or electricity); or court orders or legislation (for example, council tax, child support maintenance or court fees). (2) You are holding the money on behalf of someone else. (3) You have received the money from a government department, local authority or NHS direct payment organisation for a specific purpose, or you are under a legal obligation to keep the money and use it in a particular way.
11 If we propose to use our right of set-off in relation to your account we will contact you at least 14 days beforehand to tell you this. If we use our right of set-off in relation to your account we will contact you promptly to tell you that we have done so. Once we have used our right of set off in relation to money in your account that money will cease to be yours and you will not earn any interest or bonus on it. 31. Service of Notices (1) You will be taken to have received any letter or other personal notice 72 hours after we have sent it to you. (2) If we, accidentally, fail to:- (a) send to you a communication intended for our investors generally or a category of our investors of which you are one, or (b) display a notice at our Principal Office or any branch office, this will not make the notice invalid. 32. Complaints We seek to resolve any problems through our Internal Complaints Procedure. We are also a member of the Financial Ombudsman Service, to which customers can appeal if our internal procedure does not resolve the matter. If you feel that you have cause for complaint, this should be directed in the first instance to the manager of the department or branch with which you have been dealing. If you remain dissatisfied, you can write to the Complaints Officer at the Principal Office. For further information, see Dealing with Your Complaints. 33. Financial Services Compensation Scheme The Society is a participant in the Financial Services Compensation Scheme established under the Financial Services and Markets Act Payments under the scheme are limited to a maximum amount. Most savers are covered, including individuals and small firms. Further information is available in a separate leaflet "The Financial Services Compensation Scheme", or by visiting Language and Law All correspondence with you in relation to your Account will be in English. You can request a copy of these terms and conditions, the Interest Rate Summary showing Current Interest Rates and our Savers' Fees for Additional Services, free of charge at any time you hold an account with us. These conditions, and those relating to Onthedot Accounts, online, and individual savings products, are governed by the laws of England and Wales.
12 This information can be made available in Braille, Large Print and Audio Format Market Harborough Building Society Welland House, The Square, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 7PD Tel: (calls are recorded for regulatory and training purposes) Fax: Web: mhbs.co.uk Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Reference No SI042 1st September 2015
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