Loan broker says he can't get access to Woolwich fix

York, Nicola
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/20/2009, p5
The article reports on the issue concerning the difficulty of access to the Woolwich PLC in Great Britain. Peter Wright, CBK Colchester adviser states that he repeatedly phoned the company to try to get the 3.99% two-year fixed rate deal of his client, however, the company answers that all the funding has already been allocated. Wright argues that it is impossible to allocate all funding very quickly. The statement from Woolwich in response to the claim of Wright is also presented.


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