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Nationwide may be regretting its stance on dual pricing now

I am interested to note that Nationwide’s profits have fallen by 46%.

Perhaps if it hadn’t adopted a dual pricing policy it would still have the backing of advisers and therefore possibly more business.

Unfortunately for Nationwide, I have a long memory and try my utmost not to put business its way.

STEVE RODLEY

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