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Contact NS&I Premium Bonds 0843 504 9386
A Premium Bond is a lottery bond issued by the United Kingdom government’s National Savings and Investments agency. The bonds are entered in a regular prize draw and the government promises to buy them back, on request, for their original price.
To contact Premium Bonds please call the contact helpline number listed.
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The Premium Bonds helpline can be busy during peak hours, the Premium Bonds head office deal with all types of customer enquiries via phone and post, whatever your issue you can contact the customer service team today by calling the contact number listed.
Why Do Customers Call Premium Bonds?
- Premium Bond products information
- Guaranteed Income Bond info
- Junior ISA info
- Direct ISA info
- Income Bonds info
- Help to log-in to account
- Change of personal details
During peak hours the customer support team at Premium Bonds deal with a high volume of calls, you may prefer to call during less popular hours, try again later on, or even contact them via post if the problem is not urgent.
About Premium Bonds
A Premium Bond is a lottery bond issued by the United Kingdom government’s National Savings and Investments agency. The bonds are entered in a regular prize draw and the government promises to buy them back, on request, for their original price. Premium Bonds (by the NS&I) is a means of investing provided by the British government. Each month, two premium bond holders have a chance of winning £1 million. Although the NS&I’s premium bonds program has attracted criticism for revolving around chance returns over certain interest, it remains a popular means of saving to this day. The tax exemption, ease of investing and second-to-none security of the investment has generated a lot of favour amongst British savers.
The public were given more incentive to invest in 2014 by a rise in the investment ceiling from £30,000 to £40,000. Today, NS&I Premium Bonds are cemented in the national consciousness.
Savings is essential for a better future and saving with Premium Bonds is beneficial, easy and reliable. Premium Bond is a 100% secure company therefore the money you invest with Premium Bonds is 100% secure. Premium Bonds is not a bank, it deals with cash savings and investments. It has been running successfully since 1861. There are around 25 million satisfied customers connected with Premium Bonds.
You should contact them as quickly as possible if you believe you have won a prize, even if it has previously been unclaimed for a period of time. They may also contact you directly if you have won the current top prize of £1 million (GBP) so ensure that you phone their helpline when you move home to ensure your account details are correct.
The government pays interest on the bond (1.40% per year as at December 2017). Interest is paid into a fund from which a monthly lottery distributes tax-free prizes to bondholders whose numbers are selected randomly. The machine that generates numbers is ERNIE, for Electronic Random Number Indicator Equipment.
Investors can buy bonds at any time; they have to be held for a calendar month before they qualify for a prize. Numbers are entered in the draw each month, with an equal chance of winning, until the bond is cashed. Winners of the jackpot are told on the first working day of the month, although the actual date of the draw varies. The online prize finder is updated by the third or fourth working day of the month.
From 1 January 2009 the odds of winning a prize for each £1 of bond was 36,000 to 1. In October 2009, the odds returned to 24,000 to 1 with the prize fund interest rate increase. The odds reached 26,000 to 1 by October 2013. As of July 2016, each person may own bonds up to £50,000. Bonds can be bought in units of £1 after the first £100, with a value of £1 per bond and a minimum purchase of 100 bonds (or 50 bonds when paying by standing order). When introduced in 1957 they were popular – the only other similar games were football pools; the National Lottery did not exist until 1994. In Ireland, the Prize Bond originated in early 1957.
If you want to file a complaint against poor services of Premium Bonds you can also send a letter to the Premium Bonds customer complaint address:
National Savings & Investments (NS&I),
1 Drummond Gate,
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