RBS and NatWest launch new ad campaign


RBS and NatWest launch new ad campaign

The new RBS and NatWest advertising campaign focuses on fairness and highlights that both RBS and NatWest ended teaser rates for customers in 2014.

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23 January 2015

The new campaign highlights the progress RBS has made in removing teaser rates.

RBS and NatWest launched a new advertising campaign on building on the Goodbye Unfair Banking theme that began in October. The new campaign shows the support for customers by promoting how RBS and NatWest have said goodbye to teaser rates.

 

The TV ad is supported by billboards, press ads, in-branch posters, radio advertising, digital advertising and social media. These will explain how we are saying goodbye to teaser rates on both credit cards and savings.



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