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Lloyds TSB is said to be the Thoroughbred Amongst Banks and is recognised by the famous horse symbol on green and blue. Lloyds TSB was formed by a merger between Lloyds Bank and the Trustees Savings Bank (TSB). Here at Zyra's website, there are various pages with relevancy to Lloyds TSB, which are as follows:
Lloyds TSB Platinum Card - release the pressure! The Lloyds TSB Platinum MasterCard a credit card with some terms you might find interesting.
Lloyds TSB Air Miles - the Lloyds TSB Air Miles Duo is a credit card where you earn Air Miles every time you buy something on the card. Some people are going to go a long way on that!
Lloyds TSB Bank Account - a savings account which had a very good interest rate when it was first announced.
Lloyds TSB Advance Card - a Lloyds TSB credit card. As I remember it, the affiliate program was rather short lived.
Lloyds TSB International - open an offshore bank account.
Lloyds TSB Insurance - Insurance by Lloyds TSB. We like the company, but we are at a bit of a loss to understand why they'd ask for all the horses to be taken down off the page, and then why the link was suspended?!
Lloyds TSB Platinum Credit Card - the old page about the Lloyds TSB Platinum Credit Card (gone)
Lloyds TSB Student Bank Account - even the popularity of giving away of an iPod Shuffle doesn't explain how a student account could be all sold out and oversubscribed before the start of Freshers Week!
As Lloyds TSB is such a big name in banking and finance, it's always been very attractive for the affiliate to sign up to the new affiliate program and to create another nice page about Lloyds TSB and their splendid new product. It is rather sad to find some of these programs have been so short-lived, and odd too, as Lloyds TSB is a good reliable long term bank which we might suppose would have long term affiliate programs which we could promote for years.
Important warning: If you receive an email message claiming to be from Lloyds TSB, probably something about security and updating your details, it's important that you DO NOT fall for it. Lloyds TSB do not send out such messages. Such messages are hoaxes sent out by crooks trying to steal your bank account details (phishing). More about this, and an example of a message pretending to be from Lloyds TSB at the page of Bank Email Hoaxes
Also see finance, savings, credit, other Lloyds, and horse