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First-e adds standing orders to current account.


Online bank first-e has added a standing order facility to its current account.

The account, designed for customers in the UK, offers a competitive interest rate of 4.88% on credit balances. Customers can set up a standing order on their account by logging in at and using a unique TAN (transaction) number.

First-e customers will also be able to set up direct debits from their current accounts from November 2000.

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Date:Aug 24, 2000
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