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Merrill Lynch 5.65% 6 Month CD Rate

Best rate on 6 Month CD can be found on Merrill Lynch 5.65% 6 Month CD Rate.

A high-rate Merrill Lynch Bank six-month or three-month CD is a smart short-term choice for your money. Minimum investment for BEST CD RATES is $25,000 and you enjoy the security of FDIC insurance, up to applicable limits. Funds must come from sources other than an existing Merrill Lynch relationship.

Take advantage of this special CD offer, and you also earn 15,000 Merrill points when you open and use a no-annual-fee MERRILL+� Visa� credit card for qualifying purchases.** With these bonus points, many rewards are immediately within your reach. But hurry � this offer expires December 15, 2006 at 2pm EST.

Limited-Time Offer � Call (866) 804-7410, 8am�8pm EST Monday�Friday or complete the form on the right to learn how to purchase a Merrill Lynch Bank Certificate of Deposit.

This is a very high ranking 6 month CD rate from a very reputable bank. Does anyone have any Merrill Lynch bank reviews?

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  1. Mary Bolling said:
    on December 6th at 04:02 am

    Please send me information about your 6 month 5.65% cd rate

  2. Anonymous said:
    on December 9th at 12:19 am

    be aware that you need to open a brokerage account for $125.- …

  3. Bankaholic.com said:
    on December 10th at 01:02 am

    best cd rates

  4. james said:
    on December 15th at 07:33 am

    The micro-fine print says “standard brokerage account fees may apply”

  5. Bali said:
    on January 25th at 02:23 am

    I opened the cd. I did not have to pay brokage fee account.
    BUT they take out 30 dollars out of your account when
    you open a CD and tells you that you get it back
    at the end. If you are good in math. you might. But it is verbal saying you get it back NOT in writing.
    I got scrued…untill i see in the end statement.

  6. Lina Wall said:
    on March 8th at 07:37 pm

    I would like to deposit $25,000 into a high yeilding 6 month CD.
    Thank you,
    Lina

  7. Joanne said:
    on March 12th at 03:02 am

    March 11, 2007: The high CD rate 5.65 6-month CD has expired.

  8. Dave (Cape Cod) said:
    on April 23rd at 11:00 am

    I went to my local office to take advantage of Merrill’s 5.5 percent 6-month CD. Nobody had a clue…it took them quite some time to figure out what paperwork was needed. They also put you through a personal profile questionaire which doesn’t take long but is annoying. Now, I get my first statement and the yield is 5.43 percent. This is curious since the interest is paid at maturity and the broker calculated the interest in the office for me at the full 5.5 percent rate. Are they getting back their account fee? I was assured that there was no account fee provided that I withdrew the funds immediately upon maturity. We shall see. Fidelity and Scottrade never put me through such crap!!

  9. Juan V. Perales said:
    on October 21st at 07:07 am

    I am seeking the best interest rate for a CD at face value of dollar for dollar of 400 mil; with a line of credit at its face value. Line of credit to be used for oil and gas products and or services.