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I'm opening a Nat West account due to the freebies they are giving out and its £1250 interest free accountThat will be the account I never useAt the moment I'm with Barclays but that looks sh*t so I will probably cancel itWhat could/should be my primary accountmade a thread because I know a lot of people are suffering from this predicament

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LLoyds gave me a 2000 overdraft in my second year for no reason. Best online management and mobile banking is the one.And if you get an islamic account they dont charge you any fee's. f*ck*ng pisstake but ah well.

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Whats this islamic account?I would deffo apply for that/I only want a decent healthy overdraft so I can survive until my student loan comes through as I left it lateneed some stuff to pay for rent and food etc

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Guest faze .

i got 1000 on my hsbc overdraft, could go up to 2000 now im in my 3rd year but i dont need that....they also gave me a £500 credit card.... never used it tho....

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There must be a downside to the Islamic account right? 'cause otherwise everyone would just sign up for that one.

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The card is chipped with a detector so if we go to Afghanistan/Pakistan/Palastine/Algeria etc we will get arrested on the grounds of terrorism

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Guest Tulse Hill

lol @ needing a loan, boy if you aint got a spare 5k sitting around ur not going hard, step yo game up

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