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TMA gives members 20% discount to members joining AMI

The 6,000 members of The Mortgage Alliance, Scottish Provident&#39s mortgage club, can now take advantage of a 20% discount on fees worth up to £600 when they join the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries.

TMA members who want to take advantage of the AMI membership discount should contact AMI direct, either by phone or internet.

TMA members have access to a wide range of lenders, including a number of competitive and exclusive deals with market leaders.

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