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National Irish Bank – confusing message?

I saw a leaflet recently for a new investment from National Irish Bank. The top of the leaflet says that the bond is 100% capital secured, while the bottom says that you may get back less money than you put in. Sort of conflicting messages there.
I realise that the IFSRA (now part of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission CCPC) may require that at least the bottom message be placed on all financial advertising – but in this case, surely it can only add to the confusion for consumers rather than clarifying things.

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