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Moneyfarm through TCB - £80 cashback for transferring £1.00 from a current ISA

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I did this yesterday and it seems like easy money to me. Transfer from £1 from a current ISA to get the cashback of £80. The signup is a little lengthy, but if you can spare the 15 minutes and sending… Read More
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I did this yesterday and it seems like easy money to me. Transfer from £1 from a current ISA to get the cashback of £80. The signup is a little lengthy, but if you can spare the 15 minutes and sending off a form, then it is worth doing. Personally I thought the Stocks and shares ISA looked quite good, so I invested a bit more than £1. Please be aware, you are investing in a Stocks and Shares ISA - your money can go up or down. Transfer of up to £10k incurs no charges in the first year - you may want to remove your investment after a year if you don't want to be charged - although the charges do look low, so if it's done well, you could leave it in.
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#1
Other amounts are available:
New transfer of between £1 and £5,000
Exclusive Offer £80.00
New transfer of between £5,001 and £9,999
Exclusive Offer £120.00
New transfer of between £10,000 and £19,999
Exclusive Offer £200.00
New transfer of between £20,000 and £49,999
Exclusive Offer £300.00
New transfer of between £50,000 and £99,999
Exclusive Offer £400.00
New transfer of between £100,000 or more
Exclusive Offer £500.00
#2
are the charges a percentage of your investment or are they set amounts ?

I guess what I am asking , if you transferred £1 from a current isa can you just leave it and forget about it ?
#3
No Reviews on TCB yet , shame
#4
As you are only allowed to have one Stocks and shares ISA per year ,then you would need to transfer the whole of your current ISA to gain this cashback ? Also what are the management fees ? I have been with Fidelity for many years (very reasonable fees ) don't think I'll be jumping ship for a few hundred quid .

Edited By: rogparki on Mar 16, 2017 09:50
1 Like #5
rooney10
are the charges a percentage of your investment or are they set amounts ?
I guess what I am asking , if you transferred £1 from a current isa can you just leave it and forget about it ?
Up to 10k, the management fees are £0, with a fund cost average of 0.25%. This means your £1 could sit there for quite a long time without approaching zero.
#6
rogparki
As you are only allowed to have one Stocks and shares ISA per year ,then you would need to transfer the whole of your current ISA to gain this cashback ?
Good point. I'm not an expert on this, but presumably you can transfer from a previous year's S&S ISA?

Edited By: backtothecaves on Mar 16, 2017 10:00: Terrible grammar
#7
I have a spare cash isa with £1.20 in it , would this be acceptable to transfer ?
suspended#8
Quidco also doing similar deal.
#9
rooney10
I have a spare cash isa with £1.20 in it , would this be acceptable to transfer ?
Yes. You have to transfer the whole amount if it was started this year though.
#10
backtothecaves

I did this yesterday and it seems like easy money to me. Transfer from £1 from a current ISA to get the cashback of £80. The signup is a little lengthy, but if you can spare the 15 minutes and sending off a form, then it is worth doing. Personally I thought the Stocks and shares ISA looked quite good, so I invested a bit more than £1. Please be aware, you are investing in a Stocks and Shares ISA - your money can go up or down. Transfer of up to £10k incurs no charges in the first year - you may want to remove your investment after a year if you don't want to be charged - although the charges do look low, so if it's done well, you could leave it in.
anyone know how long this cashback offer will be available, can't see anything of expiry via TCB website? I have a s&s Isa with Shepard's friendly via quidco estimated Cashback will be available by 12 July so hopefully by then will I be eligible for this money farm Isa?
#11
Pateo
backtothecaves

I did this yesterday and it seems like easy money to me. Transfer from £1 from a current ISA to get the cashback of £80. The signup is a little lengthy, but if you can spare the 15 minutes and sending off a form, then it is worth doing. Personally I thought the Stocks and shares ISA looked quite good, so I invested a bit more than £1. Please be aware, you are investing in a Stocks and Shares ISA - your money can go up or down. Transfer of up to £10k incurs no charges in the first year - you may want to remove your investment after a year if you don't want to be charged - although the charges do look low, so if it's done well, you could leave it in.
anyone know how long this cashback offer will be available, can't see anything of expiry via TCB website? I have a s&s Isa with Shepard's friendly via quidco estimated Cashback will be available by 12 July so hopefully by then will I be eligible for this money farm Isa?
No end date currently stated. I have that one too - you should be able to transfer £1 in the next financial year (1st April), but please check with Shepherds about any penalties for moving. Also, I'm not sure what that will do to your cashback from the Shepherds - depends when you took it out and how long they require you to keep in.
#12
backtothecaves
Pateo
backtothecaves

I did this yesterday and it seems like easy money to me. Transfer from £1 from a current ISA to get the cashback of £80. The signup is a little lengthy, but if you can spare the 15 minutes and sending off a form, then it is worth doing. Personally I thought the Stocks and shares ISA looked quite good, so I invested a bit more than £1. Please be aware, you are investing in a Stocks and Shares ISA - your money can go up or down. Transfer of up to £10k incurs no charges in the first year - you may want to remove your investment after a year if you don't want to be charged - although the charges do look low, so if it's done well, you could leave it in.
anyone know how long this cashback offer will be available, can't see anything of expiry via TCB website? I have a s&s Isa with Shepard's friendly via quidco estimated Cashback will be available by 12 July so hopefully by then will I be eligible for this money farm Isa?
No end date currently stated. I have that one too - you should be able to transfer £1 in the next financial year (1st April), but please check with Shepherds about any penalties for moving. Also, I'm not sure what that will do to your cashback from the Shepherds - depends when you took it out and how long they require you to keep in.
I will obviously check with Shepard's B4 transferring but not until I've received my quidco cashback in July , I only started the sheperds £30pm SS Isa this month have to make a minimum of three monthly payments b4 cashback is paid!
#13
Pateo
backtothecaves
Pateo
backtothecaves

I did this yesterday and it seems like easy money to me. Transfer from £1 from a current ISA to get the cashback of £80. The signup is a little lengthy, but if you can spare the 15 minutes and sending off a form, then it is worth doing. Personally I thought the Stocks and shares ISA looked quite good, so I invested a bit more than £1. Please be aware, you are investing in a Stocks and Shares ISA - your money can go up or down. Transfer of up to £10k incurs no charges in the first year - you may want to remove your investment after a year if you don't want to be charged - although the charges do look low, so if it's done well, you could leave it in.
anyone know how long this cashback offer will be available, can't see anything of expiry via TCB website? I have a s&s Isa with Shepard's friendly via quidco estimated Cashback will be available by 12 July so hopefully by then will I be eligible for this money farm Isa?
No end date currently stated. I have that one too - you should be able to transfer £1 in the next financial year (1st April), but please check with Shepherds about any penalties for moving. Also, I'm not sure what that will do to your cashback from the Shepherds - depends when you took it out and how long they require you to keep in.
I will obviously check with Shepard's B4 transferring but not until I've received my quidco cashback in July , I only started the sheperds £30pm SS Isa this month have to make a minimum of three monthly payments b4 cashback is paid!
Then you should be able to transfer £1 in June without losing cashback. You will have paid March, April and May so will qualify for cashback.
1 Like #14
Will give it a go with an old £1 ISA I have, thanks
#15
Can't work out if I've done it right or not. I've set up the account and a portfolio and then clicked on transfer current ISA and it asked for how much I wanted to transfer (£1.59) and my NI number but now it just says 'waiting for your paperwork' but it hasn't asked me to complete any paperwork or for details of the ISA I want to transfer in. What paperwork am I missing?

Edited By: leyloleylo on Mar 16, 2017 19:25
#16
leyloleylo
Can't work out if I've done it right or not. I've set up the account and a portfolio and then clicked on transfer current ISA and it asked for how much I wanted to transfer (£1.59) and my NI number but now it just says 'waiting for your paperwork' but it hasn't asked me to complete any paperwork or for details of the ISA I want to transfer in. What paperwork am I missing?
They send an email with a transfer request form if you've completed it properly I think... . Mine came through immediately to fill in and post back to them... Tcb tracked within an hr too ☺️

Edited By: angie14 on Mar 16, 2017 21:17
1 Like #17
angie14
leyloleylo
Can't work out if I've done it right or not. I've set up the account and a portfolio and then clicked on transfer current ISA and it asked for how much I wanted to transfer (£1.59) and my NI number but now it just says 'waiting for your paperwork' but it hasn't asked me to complete any paperwork or for details of the ISA I want to transfer in. What paperwork am I missing?
They send an email with a transfer request form if you've completed it properly I think... . Mine came through immediately to fill in and post back to them... Tcb tracked within an hr too ☺️
Thanks - TCB has tracked but not had a form. I will contact them to see what is happening
#18
leyloleylo
angie14
leyloleylo
Can't work out if I've done it right or not. I've set up the account and a portfolio and then clicked on transfer current ISA and it asked for how much I wanted to transfer (£1.59) and my NI number but now it just says 'waiting for your paperwork' but it hasn't asked me to complete any paperwork or for details of the ISA I want to transfer in. What paperwork am I missing?
They send an email with a transfer request form if you've completed it properly I think... . Mine came through immediately to fill in and post back to them... Tcb tracked within an hr too ☺️
Thanks - TCB has tracked but not had a form. I will contact them to see what is happening
If you search their site, you'll find a form to transfer. However, it is very slightly different to the form which they send via email. I just completed the form in the email as I did receive it.
#19
Created Portfolio , uploaded docs yesterday morning then I just get this which is still saying the same nowwhen I log in .....

Activating your account

Please bear with us while our team verifies your documents. We will let you know as soon as it's done.
#20
rooney10
Created Portfolio , uploaded docs yesterday morning then I just get this which is still saying the same nowwhen I log in .....
Activating your account
Please bear with us while our team verifies your documents. We will let you know as soon as it's done.
Might be best to call them - there are 3 steps as I remember - Add personal details, create portfolio and one other. After the third you should get an email. It's not very clear from the website if one is missing though.
#21
backtothecaves
rooney10
Created Portfolio , uploaded docs yesterday morning then I just get this which is still saying the same nowwhen I log in .....
Activating your account
Please bear with us while our team verifies your documents. We will let you know as soon as it's done.
Might be best to call them - there are 3 steps as I remember - Add personal details, create portfolio and one other. After the third you should get an email. It's not very clear from the website if one is missing though.
Do you or anyone know can even though I already have a SS Isa with Shepard's friendly, am I allowed to open another with other company for £1 then do the transfer via money farm to get the cashback B4 it expires or changes? Also would you recommend doing this via PC instead of a mobile/tablet? Thanks
#22
I've done it through Quidco as I usually have problems with TCB. Just waiting for it to track now... Hopefully wont be long - its been about 12 hours so far
1 Like #23
Pateo
backtothecaves
rooney10
Created Portfolio , uploaded docs yesterday morning then I just get this which is still saying the same nowwhen I log in .....
Activating your account
Please bear with us while our team verifies your documents. We will let you know as soon as it's done.
Might be best to call them - there are 3 steps as I remember - Add personal details, create portfolio and one other. After the third you should get an email. It's not very clear from the website if one is missing though.
Do you or anyone know can even though I already have a SS Isa with Shepard's friendly, am I allowed to open another with other company for £1 then do the transfer via money farm to get the cashback B4 it expires or changes? Also would you recommend doing this via PC instead of a mobile/tablet? Thanks
You can only open one ISA per year, so you need to either (a) open this year and transfer all, or (b) open 1st April and transfer part from this years ISA. I would do it on a PC for ease of use.
1 Like #24
Says for transfers of £1000 to £5000 for £80
#25
That has changed. Looks like they got wise..
#26
jamesrugman
Says for transfers of £1000 to £5000 for £80
grr snoozed and loosed 160 :(

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