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RBS and NatWest customers offered range of ethical choices

February 6th, 2012

People approaching Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest cash machines are increasingly likely to be confronted by a range of ethical choices before they’re able to withdraw their cash. Given the Edinburgh-based bank’s failure to properly reform itself in the wake of its October 2008 taxpayer-funded bailout, and its pariah-like status over executive pay,  I suspect the final option in this tongue-in-cheek sticker campaign will be of growing appeal to RBS and NatWest customers. To find out more about the ‘on-ATM’ RBS and NatWest advertising campaign read this Bio-Write blog.

A selection of my earlier blogs on Royal Bank of Scotland:-

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2 Comments for “RBS and NatWest customers offered range of ethical choices”

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