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3 customers rated their Saga share dealing as 5 out of 5 in our Consumer Finance Awards and Reviews.
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Saga's share dealing service is called Saga Share Direct and is provided by Barclays Stockbrokers Registrars Limited. You can use their online account if you're over 50 to trade options like shares, bonds, funds and gilts. You can buy and sell using either a nominee trading account or by opening a Stocks and Shares ISA that lets you pick your own investments. Their website offers a free guide to savings and investments, which you can download for more information.

Your investments are not guaranteed; they can decrease in value as well as increase and you may not get back the full amount you put in.

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Saga Share Dealing Reviews

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by salter, 3 weeks ago
Recommended by salter

Brought Saga shares on line, easy experience, was due a refund which was paid promptly
to my account. Easy to access my share account and extra shares will be paid at end of year, Price can be checked and have contacted me with view for other products.
Share price disappointing but the efficiency and helpfulness could not be faulted

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