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if anything goes wrong, the wait to call customer services is hardly reassuring, trustpilot is a mixed picture, any hesitancy to reply or vagueness here I will close my account.

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On 24/03/2021 at 16:06, Richard85 said:

if anything goes wrong, the wait to call customer services is hardly reassuring, trustpilot is a mixed picture, any hesitancy to reply or vagueness here I will close my account.

Richard

Hey Richard, 

Thanks for your post. 

If you want to put funds into your account to reach the max ISA limit there's no issue with that. 

What is it you want to do/ you're worried about so I can clarify. 

All the best

Charlotte 

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1 hour ago, CharlotteIG said:

Hey Richard, 

Thanks for your post. 

If you want to put funds into your account to reach the max ISA limit there's no issue with that. 

What is it you want to do/ you're worried about so I can clarify. 

All the best

Charlotte 

thanks for the reply. i'm concerned about the wait to get through to customer services, are there any plans to hire more staff to deal with this? Richard

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I have now maxed out S&S ISA for this year, I hope I do not need to call customer services or have any issues that need to be resolved quickly, or if I do they are resolved here. Lot of trust i'm placing in IG, I hope it is not misplaced. Regards, Richard

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