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£150 Switching Incentive + £70 Cashback = £220.00 to Switch to The Co-Op Bank

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£70 from Quidco and £150 from Co-Op Bank. T&C's apply- see Quidco Page. http://www.quidco.com/co-op-bank-current-accounts/
caroline57 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago191 Comments
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My cashback also dropped to £48. I queried this with quidco and got a reply to fill in a claim form. This form would not permit claims against the co-op bank so I responded to the support ticket stating the problem and asking again why the drop in cashback. I got a response today stating "I'm sorry to hear that you've had this issue. Just to let you know, we are now investigating this further for you and we hope to have a resolution for you soon. Do be assured we'll keep you updated until we have final resolution. Kind regards, Lauren Escalations Team"
So we'll wait and see.
bargainbrummie
Yes i did notice that and have put a ticket in to contest this

bigblockofcheese
I've also spotted mine got reduced from £70 to £48 - not sure why.

I had a reply of quidco support, they said to put in a claim....only you can't claim against Co-op bank unles I'm doing something wrong. To be fair though, I have had the £150 bonus. But I had to switch again, I hate the online banking, absolutely awful app and website. Completely horrible to navigate!
I've also spotted mine got reduced from £70 to £48 - not sure why.
Yes i did notice that and have put a ticket in to contest this
anybody else noticed that their tracked cash back has reduced? mine has dropped from £70 to £48 today
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£150.00 Cash to switch your Current Account to Co-Op Bank until 1st August

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£150 Cashback when you switch your Current Account to the Co-operative Bank- T&Cs apply. You will be considered a new customer if you do not already have a Co‑operative Bank or smile current accou…
caroline57 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago37 Comments
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Not really a great deal, unless you have a completely useless current account specifically opened for switching.

I have a fairly under used (zero balance for almost 6 months) current account with Nationwide. But they offer a very good credit card deal, 0.5% cash back on all spendings. The cashback alone would give me £80-£120 every year. Not worth the hassle to switch to CO-OP, considering they do not have similar credit card deal.

I will have to open a new current account to take advantage of this deal, :,(
I spoke to them on the phone today about this offer and got some good responses. They also clarified that there currently is no set closing date for this offer, which is good news for those wanting to set up direct debits to get ready for this offer. I'd also say the title should probably be modified since there doesn't seem to be a hard deadline on this deal yet.

Also, is anyone able to confirm if there is a minimum pay in attached to this deal? As the person I spoke to on the phone made no mention of one and this thread doesn't but a related thread I saw on HUKD ( http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/maximise-bank-switch-incentives-earn-up-700-one-guide-2079867 ) states a £800 minimum pay in, in addition to the 4 DDs, I sincerely hope it's wrong(?), otherwise I'm out as I just don't have enough spare cash sitting around for that unfortunately....
ST3123
Yes, i'd be interested to know that too, also how long after ordering them until the DD is classed as "active"?
I could use my main account, which already has enough active DDs running but am wary in case of any issues upsetting vital DD payments like monthly bills. Whilst I have been with the bank (RBS) for over 16 years and haven't had any major issues, I have no particular loyalty to them either, and as they are changing into a completely different bank in the next year or so I may be wise to move.
Also what happens to your credit card when you switch accounts (mine is with my bank)?

About 4 times this year I have had my online purchases blocked with Halifax as they think its a fraudulent transaction. I then have to phone them up and go through about 30 questions just for them to activate it again. Now I woke up to a voicemail again this morning regarding my card. I wouldn't mind if it was being used by a fraudster (well I would) but it's not, it's just me buying stuff online. Highly annoying, although I did get £100 for switching to them and get cashback via retail stores/companys on their online banking cashback section. £10 is due at end of month but this deal expires then, so need to switch over on 31st and make some DD mag subscriptions. That's why I want to know when they become active :D

Edited By: Shayno on Jul 21, 2016 13:48
Shayno
Do these magazine subscriptions create a direct debit
lucas
mikem1989
what's the easiest/cheapest way of adding 4 direct debits to my 2nd bank account which I am willing to use as a donor.
£1 magazine subscriptions that last 3 months. Viz for example
Do these magazine subscriptions create a direct debit on the trail or just charge a £1, then create a direct debit if you carry on after the trial period? Also when is a direct debit created, when I make the order or when the first issue is dispatched/received?

Yes, i'd be interested to know that too, also how long after ordering them until the DD is classed as "active"?

I could use my main account, which already has enough active DDs running but am wary in case of any issues upsetting vital DD payments like monthly bills. Whilst I have been with the bank (RBS) for over 16 years and haven't had any major issues, I have no particular loyalty to them either, and as they are changing into a completely different bank in the next year or so I may be wise to move.

Also what happens to your credit card when you switch accounts (mine is with my bank)?
Do these magazine subscriptions create a direct debit
lucas
mikem1989
what's the easiest/cheapest way of adding 4 direct debits to my 2nd bank account which I am willing to use as a donor.
£1 magazine subscriptions that last 3 months. Viz for example

Do these magazine subscriptions create a direct debit on the trail or just charge a £1, then create a direct debit if you carry on after the trial period? Also when is a direct debit created, when I make the order or when the first issue is dispatched/received?
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£150 cashback from Coop Bank (POSSIBLE £50.40 TCB also) £200.40

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So.... Seen a lot of posts on Bank cash backs offers on HUKD. This looks like an easy one. Warning this could be a long post. Spotted £150 cash back offer from Martin Lewis email for Co-operati…
PowerHouse_of_Passion Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago26 Comments
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I received my £150 from Co-op today. Just went to check the status of my Co-op claim and it very much looks like they have deactivated my account. I'm therefore out this amount plus another £40 something from a Zen cashback offer.
That's £90 they're trying to dodge paying me...!
iAmLegendFam
Don't waste your time with this. I did this in January, they keep extending the estimated payout time. I doubt I'll ever see the money.

me too mate , i didnt close old account or switch anything over for that matter and it was paid today , so maybe still some hope yet :) £151.50 for 5 mins filling it in online and just opening the account :) i will take that thanks :) they did change it after i signed up that you had to do 3 direct debits and stuff guess i got lucky :)
cliosport65
how do you put in the switch details, do I have to wait for the account to be opened ?

Replied to you PM. :)
how do you put in the switch details, do I have to wait for the account to be opened ?
Got my £150 from the Coop last month. Just waiting for the TCB to go to payable. :D
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Co-Operative Bank Current Account..earn up to £5.50pm

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Enjoy everyday rewards for everyday banking things on this current account. pay in a minimum £800.00 pm stay in credit or in nominated overdraft limit log into mobile or online banking once a mo…
W22ULF Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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moneysupermarket is offering £100 switching deal - 4 direct debits from another account is all that's required.
Yep, I thought this one was poor... I just wonder if more banks will introduce more requirements to try and squeeze each others customer base.
Doesn't seem very competitive. For example the Halifax Reward current account pays £5 per month for paying in £750, holding two direct debits and staying in credit without the other conditions. They also offer a £100 switching bonus.

Edited By: Somnus on Jan 19, 2016 12:22
If I need 4 direct debits, that's all of them I'll ever have isn't it?
1 council tax
2 gas & electric
3 water and
4 PayPal.
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Get up to £5.50/month with 'Everyday Rewards' from cooperative bank

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Everyday rewards from cooperative bank - details in first reply below Get up to £5.50 per month for banking with the coop and meeting certain criteria - see first reply. Opt in at no cost.
faipdeooiad Avatar10m, 4w agoFound 10 months, 4 weeks ago13 Comments
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Tempted. I'm already with the Co-op and have plenty more than four DD's. The only thing I'd have to do would be to sign up for paperless billing.
stiffnuts
benjus
Don't know why everyone is moaning so much. My wife and I have had a Privilege Premier account with them for a while now, as it was the best packaged account available at the time we opened it, and we are already meeting the criteria. This means that the monthly fee will effectively go down to £10/month.
Ok, this may not be the best offer on the market for those looking for a new account. But it's good for us existing customers.
But its irrelevant to new customers as these accounts are no longer offered.

Even if it's only useful for people that already have privilege/privilege premier accounts, or people that bank with the Co-op for some other reason (e.g. they like to visit the bank in person and it's the only bank with a branch near where they live) it's still worth posting on this site and worthy of a bit of heat IMO.

Edited By: benjus on Jan 12, 2016 19:16
benjus
Don't know why everyone is moaning so much. My wife and I have had a Privilege Premier account with them for a while now, as it was the best packaged account available at the time we opened it, and we are already meeting the criteria. This means that the monthly fee will effectively go down to £10/month.
Ok, this may not be the best offer on the market for those looking for a new account. But it's good for us existing customers.

But its irrelevant to new customers as these accounts are no longer offered.
crumpetman
If you already have this as your main account then you would almost definitely be better with a different account: Halifax reward £5 a month but you only need 2 direct debits
TSB has 5% interest, 5% regular saver and 5% cashback on contactless payments, no direct debit requirement
It only makes sense to go for this co-op account if you already have a better account and are just getting it for the £4 monthly reward and can conjure up 4 direct debits.

We chose the Privilege Premier account for a joint account as we wanted travel insurance, Europe-wide breakdown cover and mobile phone insurance. This looked like a cheap and low-hassle way to get that cover for both of us. I suppose it's possible that we could save a couple of £ per month by taking out all those insurance policies separately and moving to a different bank account, but I can't see the savings being enough to justify the hassle.
If you already have this as your main account then you would almost definitely be better with a different account: Halifax reward £5 a month but you only need 2 direct debits
TSB has 5% interest, 5% regular saver and 5% cashback on contactless payments, no direct debit requirement

It only makes sense to go for this co-op account if you already have a better account and are just getting it for the £4 monthly reward and can conjure up 4 direct debits.
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Switch to Co-operative bank account get £100.00, plus £52.50 Topcashback, plus £25.00 to charity

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UPDATE 08/06/15 - Topcashback reduced to £42. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Co-op bank's switching offer is pretty impressive this we…
MarkShopper Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago52 Comments
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Nothing from quidco either. Poor from co op
Did anybody succeed in prising the money out of Topcashback? So far it's still showing as confirmed, but not payable, and Topcashback are up to their usual trick of blaming other people.
Civic EG6
Minimal, just dont take the overdraft option.

Does that make a difference. Haven't been taking the option anyway. This will be my third switch and close this year. Keen to keep a good credit scoring though for mortgage etc,
Minimal, just dont take the overdraft option.
What's the effect on your credit report (history) if I open a new account and switch over an account (from Halifax) which in itself had just been opened and switched over from another in the past 6 weeks?
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Lol coop bank nearly went broke remember!!!
All because it was handled by fools
At your own risk my friends
And what happens if they go broke when you OWE them money - do you owe them any more?
The only risk if they go broke is if you have in excess of £85,000 in an account with them
Of course you owe them someone else will take over
eg northern rock is now virgin money

Sorry, I was asking a rhetorical question but it could have been taken one of two ways.

It was directed at the person who suggested you shouldn't take a mortgage with a company that, in his opinion, could go bust. My question should have been phrased "do you owe them any extra if they go bust" as opposed to "do you owe them any more if they go bust".
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peterdarlison
Lol coop bank nearly went broke remember!!!
All because it was handled by fools
At your own risk my friends


And what happens if they go broke when you OWE them money - do you owe them any more?

The only risk if they go broke is if you have in excess of £85,000 in an account with them
Of course you owe them someone else will take over

eg northern rock is now virgin money
peterdarlison
Also to add if any of the top 100 banks went bust where would the government get the money to pay billions to the under 85k savers????
They haven't got that kind of money.
Therefore all bull,,,,it from the government.
It just isn't possible,,, you will lose it!!!


lol!
the same way they found £20 billion to buy Lloyd's. governments borrow billions every year at the moment, but apparently they are trying to reduce this and its been in the news or somewhere...

add to that the approx £11 billion they still own in Lloyd's shares that they will sell. that alone will cover £85k each for 129,411 people. :-)
peterdarlison
Marathon if, and you actually believe the government will actually guarantee your 85k lol?
I doubt it very much. I trust nothing with any government.
At least the banks that were propped up by us nearly went bust because of lending between each other ,is false money but the coop bank nearly went bust because of their bad banking decisions.
Xxx

Issues regarding whether or not you feel that the government will honour their guarantee should have no bearing on whether or not this mortgage is a good deal.
IndyS
the reversion rates on many of these mortgages where rates are initially low are pretty high, better to do the math before plumping for this. though I posted the deal, I'd prefer to opt for a 5 year. If the rates stay as is until 2016 as many economists are predicting we just need to keep our eyes peeled for further cuts in this market :)
still this may suit some who do not want to fix for a longer term and can pay the typically large fee upfront.

I've never reverted to a standard rate and always remortgaged. As long as you are comfortable with risk of interest rate changes that's the cheapest option (has been for me last 6 years)
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Switch to COOP Bank receive £100 bonus+£25 to charity + Possible £42 TCB.

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TCB currently offering £42 cashback as well as £100 from COOP. free money. You must move at least two Direct Debits and pay in at least £800 within 31 days of the switch. If a new account is
littel helper Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago16 Comments
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If you are thinking of joining and using an iPad to do your banking, anyone that wants to see the login problem before signing up - using iOS 8, do the following:

Open Safari, head to Cooperative Website via google, Select 'Personal banking login' from the Orange dropbox.
Enter a Cooperative Sort code eg. 809020 for sort code, and any 8 digit account ie. 12345678.
Select next, then attempt to enter two digits from a hypertheticaly 4 digit password, you will see the problem, the second digit is masked for all the entries in the drop box - so you are unable to easily select a number 0-9, for the second digit.

Cooperative were told on the release of iOS 8 and still haven't fixed it. iOS 8 betas have been around since last June. That to me shows flaws in their overall security/testing procedures.

The way they outsource development - I doubt Cooperative would cope if they has to deal with a real security vunerabilty..one that needed to be patched quickly. Basically, its not good enough.

Edited By: tightar5e on Apr 07, 2015 13:12: .
Thanks for the replies what about paying in by cash?
99rb
princessleah1989
I switched in Feb and have already had my £100 and waiting on my TCB to be payable. Great company so far, had no problems. But you cant send money via DD as someone has asked. Needs £800 a month paid in and two DD set up


You can't set up direct debits.

You can set up standing orders or bank transfers.



that's what I meant. either way I've been paid and I had no issues with them
tightar5e
poopscoop
tightar5e
Their IT/website needs a serious overhaul. You can't even log into Cooperative from an iPad running iOS 8 anymore, reason I switched away. They're unable to react quickly enough to software issues, which means I no longer trust their security.
Yes you can.
No you can't.
It masks the password drop down list so you can't select the second digit of the security code.Its a known reported fault, that Cooperative were made aware of on the release of iOS8, still no fix.

It only masks the 2nd digit and it's still selectable. If you can't wait for the fix, you still can use the iPhone app on the iPad.

Edited By: poopscoop on Apr 06, 2015 20:09: update
poopscoop
tightar5e
Their IT/website needs a serious overhaul. You can't even log into Cooperative from an iPad running iOS 8 anymore, reason I switched away. They're unable to react quickly enough to software issues, which means I no longer trust their security.
Yes you can.
No you can't.
It masks the password drop down list so you can't select the second digit of the security code.Its a known reported fault, that Cooperative were made aware of on the release of iOS8, still no fix.

Edited By: tightar5e on Apr 06, 2015 19:53: .
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Co-op bank £100 for you & £25 to charity - switch

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Available online and I'm assuming in branch as well. Switch accounts to co-op and they pay you £100 and £25 to charity. You're in pocket and your charity benefits too! You need to credit you…
su11el Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago43 Comments
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Has anyone received the switch incentive?

I switched at the beginning of November and I've received nothing through
flyingflea
chuckieegg1
flyingflea
rowan131
It says I need to switch two direct debits, could I do this by setting up two different direct debits to my main current account that I wouldn't switch or would I need to set up two with two accounts that is not in my name.
Just set up two standing orders for £1 and transfer those.

Do you need to set these up on the 'old' account before the switch, or just set them up on the 'new' Co-op account once it's switched over?
On the old account before the switch.
Thank you.
chuckieegg1
flyingflea
rowan131
It says I need to switch two direct debits, could I do this by setting up two different direct debits to my main current account that I wouldn't switch or would I need to set up two with two accounts that is not in my name.
Just set up two standing orders for £1 and transfer those.

Do you need to set these up on the 'old' account before the switch, or just set them up on the 'new' Co-op account once it's switched over?
On the old account before the switch.
flyingflea
rowan131
It says I need to switch two direct debits, could I do this by setting up two different direct debits to my main current account that I wouldn't switch or would I need to set up two with two accounts that is not in my name.
Just set up two standing orders for £1 and transfer those.

Do you need to set these up on the 'old' account before the switch, or just set them up on the 'new' Co-op account once it's switched over?
rowan131
flyingflea
rowan131
It says I need to switch two direct debits, could I do this by setting up two different direct debits to my main current account that I wouldn't switch or would I need to set up two with two accounts that is not in my name.
Just set up two standing orders for £1 and transfer those.
My current account application was declined because of information on credit experian but I have never had any loans, credit cards, debts etc so don't know what there talking about. Can I just reapply?
You could reapply but the chances of them suddenly changing their minds are slim to none. The fact that you don't have any credit agreements set up is a bad thing as it shows you don't have a history of managing credit. Might be an idea to check you're on the electoral roll or that you met Co-op's criteria.
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Co-Op Bank Kids Bonus Account: Deposit £50.00 to get £134 over 18 years plus extras (around 5.5% interest / 20% if the kids are already 13)

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Got this for my Children when they were born - if you have £50 in, it gives the following each year (note that I never intend to put more than this is): • up to 12 - £2 per year • 13 - 18 - £10 per
FrostbiteXIII Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago13 Comments
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sofiasar
I'm sorry but Halifax gives you we more. I get £20_£30 a year for mine. mm mm I'm loving it. It's called children's regular. was save4it
Thanks Sofiasar, but assuming you mean this - https://www.halifax.co.uk/savings/accounts/branch-accounts/#kidsregularsaver - it's completely different to what I am talking about.

With the Co-op deal, you chuck in £50 and forget about it. With the account you referenced, you have to put in £10 every month:
Halifax
Pay in any amount from £10 to £100 each month by standing order

Don't get me wrong, 6% sounds great and I may actually get these for the kids too, but it is a completely different thing. :)
I'm sorry but Halifax gives you we more. I get £20_£30 a year for mine. mm mm I'm loving it. It's called children's regular. was save4it
FrostbiteXIII
I can't fault you there...
Well, except to say that all banks are evil. Bit surprised at #1 to say the least... oO

http://www.cracked.com/article_20643_the-5-most-cartoonishly-evil-banks-all-time_p2.html

Edited By: FrostbiteXIII on Apr 17, 2014 16:27
eatmorefish
In all honesty....I don't think your name is helping much.
Haha, fair enough, maybe if I was FireNom69? ;)
Morgan007
Going cold probably down to
A: poor choice in investing money held by them,
B: having to ask for a lot from their investors (again)
C, lending £40m+ to a certain football club that hides their dirty laundry under the carpets. (sorry that should be classed as A as well)
d: Probably not going to be around (in its current form at least) for very long.
We never expected Ovivo to last long, it didn't stop it being a good deal for the 9 months my wife had for at £15 (and with this you know you will still get your money back)... ;)

Fair enough on the moral ground tho, I can't fault you there...
Going cold probably down to
A: poor choice in investing money held by them,
B: having to ask for a lot from their investors (again)
C, lending £40m+ to a certain football club that hides their dirty laundry under the carpets. (sorry that should be classed as A as well)
d: Probably not going to be around (in its current form at least) for very long.
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Coop Bank switch incentive £100 + £25 to charity

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The Co-op Bank are offering £100 to you + £25 to charity for switching your current account to them. In order to qualify, you need to switch minimum 2 direct debits / standing orders, credit the accou…
tudorrosca7 Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago42 Comments
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Has anyone done the switch to co-op bank recently.
What are the conditions for the co-op switch. I heard we need to deposit 800 Pounds within one month of switching.

You do:


To be eligible for this offer you must:

switch to a qualifying current account using the full Co-operative Bank current account switch service, which will include the closure of your old account on the day that your switch completes;

switch a minimum of two active Direct Debits which must remain active until the incentive payment is made; and

credit your qualifying current account with at least £800 within 31 calendar days following your switch completion date. This does not include any balance transferred as part of your switch.

http://www.co-operativebank.co.uk/currentaccounts/125switch/terms
Has anyone done the switch to co-op bank recently.

What are the conditions for the co-op switch. I heard we need to deposit 800 Pounds within one month of switching.
amelzz_
Can I simply switch to the Co-op and deposit a one off of £800 in my account and still receive the £100 and £25 for charity?

yes
Has anybody received any incentives? it seems to be a bogus scheme as you do not really charity anything, they ask you to go on to their website and select a charity organisation on a survery form lol
i have been with them for more than 6 weeks and iv still not heard anything about any incentives or charity..
Can I simply switch to the Co-op and deposit a one off of £800 in my account and still receive the £100 and £25 for charity?
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Andrex 9 roll toilet paper £3.50 @ Co-op

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Offer end 23 April Andrew toilet tissue
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Co-Operative Bank Current Account Plus Switch £100.00 Through NHSDiscounts (Healthservicediscounts)

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sign up to http://www.healthservicediscounts.com and once logged in click on the below link http://www.healthservicediscounts.com/money/products/cooperative-bank-accounts Make sure you switch to…
mushtaqshah Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago7 Comments
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Just swiched mine and my wifes to 1st direct to get £125 each, wel,l will open another 2 accounts with halifax and will move to co-op then shift money for 4 months between accounts and £450 in our pocket. 8)
I've been with the Co-Op for 5 years, customer service is UK based and second to none, no complaints/disputes/issues in 5 years.
I did this awhile back when the offer was £200 (and nothing to do with health services discounts, but open to all). I got the money and still have the account.
Seems like a good offer, will consider this, thanks OP :)
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Co-Op 2.79% Fixed Mortgage for 5 Years (02/2018) - 60% LTV max, £999.00 booking fee

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I got an email saying Co-Op have reduced their 5 year fixed rate mortgage down to 2.79%. This is the lowest a 5 year fix has been to my knowledge and undoubtedly will run out very soon (just like the
skgwho Avatar4y, 2w agoFound 4 years, 2 weeks ago130 Comments
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Deal is still on and I have signed up for this yesterday. Credit Check and application all gone through, many thanks to OP for posting this and saving me money! Big respect!!!
PAUL7331
Ahh, I need 90% mortgage so i cant do this one anyhow!

Yep still on but nowhere near 90%
Ahh, I need 90% mortgage so i cant do this one anyhow!
This still on?
djc0367
Just gone through telephone application with britannia (same deal, but slightly less flexible than the co-op - co-op own Britannia) and have been approved bar showing them some payslips. Saves us a few £thou and I've got certainty of a fixed rate for 5 years - Big thanks to skgwho.

Hi, can you tell me how the co-op deal is more flexible as seriously considering this but can't decide whether co-op or britannia is better!
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£1 off £10 Spend at Co-Operative Food

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simply get a receipt from a co-op aTM (check balance) and it should come with a voucher for £1 off a £10 spend in store
faipdeooiad Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago5 Comments
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You can tear off the barcode at the bottom of the printout so they can't see what your balance is.
No voucher came with or separate from my receipt when I checked my balance
i'm not entirely sure. i imagine it prints a separate coupon
do you have to hand your receipt over to the cashier? I don't fancy giving a receipt showing how much money i have in the bank just to get £1 off
Hi faipdeooiad, many thanks for posting, as this is an offline offer, with no printable voucher or voucher code, i have moved your thread to the freebies section of the forum 8)
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Free banking app from co-operative bank

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Just looked on the co-operative bank and they are doing a free banking app for android and iPhones
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Can't find app for android. BlackBerry & iPhone yes but no android. Anyone have any news on when or even if an android app will be released?
thanks for this - would be useful if the Co-Op actually updated their online system.. it's usually a day behind.. and at weekends.. three days..
Thanks for highlighting, moved across from RBS on the deal last year and only thing I missed was the app.
Of course it's free!
I am unsure of how to select freebies as I posted via my phone.
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Cover four family phones (up to £1000 each) + worldwide family travel insurance for £9.50/month - Co-Op Privilege Current Account

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I saw this and thought it would be way better than paying around £10/month for each handset as some people that I know are shelling out for. Some of the things you get for £9.50/month (£114/yr);
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satnight
It may have changed but my partner tried to change one of the phones that we had insured with this as I upgraded to a new one. They refused to do this until the annual renewal date (which was nearly 8 months away) telling us it was in the t&c's that we were only allowed to change insured items at annual renewal dates and not in between. Maybe we were given duff info or maybe they allow changes now but we were left a bit disappointed & Co-op said they couldn't do anything as it was up to insurers.

You need to log in to co-operativebank.co.uk/benefits and you can change your phone and IMEI details whenever you like.

Quote: "If any of your registered handsets change, simply select the 'Update' link next to the phone you no longer need to be covered and enter the new details."
I have recently changed mine from my old Samsung Galaxy S2 to a Galaxy Note 2 with no problems.

Edited By: artnada on Nov 06, 2012 19:15: Added info
martinelsen
As usual these cowboys will happily take our money and when it comes to claiming they'll find some clause to avoid payout and leave you high and dry.

True story.


"Cowboys"? Are you talking about banks in general here?

One person says they've had issues and another says they were excellent. How does that makes them "cowboys"?
As usual these cowboys will happily take our money and when it comes to claiming they'll find some clause to avoid payout and leave you high and dry.

True story.
satnight
It may have changed but my partner tried to change one of the phones that we had insured with this as I upgraded to a new one. They refused to do this until the annual renewal date (which was nearly 8 months away) telling us it was in the t&c's that we were only allowed to change insured items at annual renewal dates and not in between. Maybe we were given duff info or maybe they allow changes now but we were left a bit disappointed & Co-op said they couldn't do anything as it was up to insurers.


I dont think you have to specify the phone now like you used to? but even then you could change it, it just wasn't covered for a short period after the change.

I have the next cover level up the privilege premier which costs £13 a month and includes gadget insurance and good RAC cover. They were excellent when my daughter broke her ipod even though she did the damage herself they paid the full purchase price out. you do need to kepp receipts for proof of price though.
It may have changed but my partner tried to change one of the phones that we had insured with this as I upgraded to a new one. They refused to do this until the annual renewal date (which was nearly 8 months away) telling us it was in the t&c's that we were only allowed to change insured items at annual renewal dates and not in between. Maybe we were given duff info or maybe they allow changes now but we were left a bit disappointed & Co-op said they couldn't do anything as it was up to insurers.
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Brunch bars (X6) for £1.00 (from £2.17 [I think]) at Co-Op

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I think this is national since it was an officially announced offer (with the label and everything) Didn't see an expiration date for this offer, sorry. Found in Shrewsbury - similar to the
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nono2522
what varieties of these can you get?
My Mam gave my son a chocolate and raisen one which he absolutely loved, I had planned on picking some up with our next shop


All, to my knowledge, I think there are 3 varieties?
Sorry for replying so late!
what varieties of these can you get?
My Mam gave my son a chocolate and raisen one which he absolutely loved, I had planned on picking some up with our next shop
All three varieties at this price in Home Bargains too.
lexon123
You can get these in Poundland and 99p Stores all over.

lol I logged in just to leave the same message but you beat me to it.
Also available in B&M for 99p
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Co-op bank switching deal!!!! Get £200 to switch your current account

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Get £200 to switch your current account to co-operative bank. You need to pay atleast £800 a month for 3 months to get this offer... Guess whats goin to be in Martins newletter tomorrow xsavingxper…
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CreepingJesus
Just dropped in to say got my £200 on the 25th May (only checked this past weekend) - so early result. Glad i didn't waste my time chasing them up over the phone and gave it a while to work its course. V.pleased for the little effort involved. As noted in my earlier post, nice little payback for their spectacularly bad service last year.
Glad 4u CJ, still a BIG ZERO 4 me!
Just dropped in to say got my £200 on the 25th May (only checked this past weekend) - so early result. Glad i didn't waste my time chasing them up over the phone and gave it a while to work its course. V.pleased for the little effort involved. As noted in my earlier post, nice little payback for their spectacularly bad service last year.
Not a Dickie bird...................
krazykizza
adeo
krazykizza
adeo
Been 10 days and no reply from them, ever had the feeelin your being ignored LOL
Took me a while, eventually it will get picked up by the right department and if you have an experienced case handler will be sorted. Think I might of got lucky
Now 16 days...............not a sausage...........LOL
According to them my email was dated 26th March and took them just over a month to respond - its a no win no fee sort of deal!
Ok ta krazykizza but i wont hold my breath LOL...

Edited By: adeo on May 29, 2012 23:48: edit
adeo
krazykizza
adeo
Been 10 days and no reply from them, ever had the feeelin your being ignored LOL
Took me a while, eventually it will get picked up by the right department and if you have an experienced case handler will be sorted. Think I might of got lucky
Now 16 days...............not a sausage...........LOL
According to them my email was dated 26th March and took them just over a month to respond - its a no win no fee sort of deal!
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Free Travel Insurance | Breakdown Cover | Mobile Insurance @ The Co-operative Bank

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Ethical bank Co-op's Privilege Premier* account normally charges £13/mth for a selection of perks, but is waiving the fee if you switch to it before 15 January 2011. Co-op is also one of the best perf…
csiman Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago12 Comments
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expired online but i rang up today and applied over phone so still available
where can i get the mobile insurance ONLY for £50?
I think you will find you will need to have at least one DD or SO to make use of this offer.
it says -

2) To qualify for the offer customers must:
Credit a minimum of £800 per month into the account.
Use the dedicated switching service to successfully transfer their Direct Debits and standing orders

Edited By: bulktrans on Jan 12, 2011 23:10
its the dd's i m worried about?
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