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However reinvesting an e-Bond, which is no longer available, their existing e-Bond account number would have rolled over to your reinvestment.

For more information on differences, people can visit the Nationwide website.

A Fixed Rate Online Bond will mature into a maturity account, giving people instant access to their money.

From the maturity account, people will be able to:

  • reinvest their money in another Fixed Rate Online Bond
  • transfer money to another Nationwide account, or to an account they’ve nominated with another provider, or
  • withdraw all the money from the account and close it.

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