Lloyds TSB Internet Banking raises £17,000 for NSPCC in a month

Howard Lake | 13 February 2005 | News

Lloyds TSB Internet Banking’s offer to donate 30p for every new customer who registered for Internet banking in December 2004 has raised £17,000 for the NSPCC.

NSPCC was the bank’s charity of the year for 2004.

Matthew Timms, Lloyds TSB Internet Banking director, said: “Lloyds TSB Internet banking is the most popular UK financial service site with 1.7 million users. By donating money for every new customer who registered for Internet banking during December, we’ve managed to raise a fantastic sum of money for the NSPCC to round off what we hope was a great year for them.”

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