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Switch to a free first direct 1st account and get up to £275 (with cashback) !!

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Switch to a First Direct 1st Account and you'll find that life suddenly becomes that little bit easier. You can manage your finances online or by phone 24/7, and they'll give you £100 when you switch.… Read More
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Switch to a First Direct 1st Account and you'll find that life suddenly becomes that little bit easier. You can manage your finances online or by phone 24/7, and they'll give you £100 when you switch.

Their service is guaranteed! Switch your banking to them, and if you're not happy after 6 months, they'll give you another £100 and help you transfer to another bank.

Plus £75 cashback with we promise to for just switching.
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banned#1
doubt very much the cashback from wepromiseto and FD will both pay out.

and Just transfer your salary/income of at least £1,500 per month within three months and we will add £100 to your account.


Also

Is there a charge to bank with [B]first direct?[/B]

Banking with first direct usually costs £10 a month, but it's free when you pay in at least £1500 to your 1st Account each month, or hold a selected first direct additional product, or maintain an average monthly 1st Account balance of £1500.
#2
Interesting this cash-back site is also the same as Money Saving Cash-back but they only pay £40...how many other aliases do they have?
#3
Im with first direct. I think they are fab. I wish this deal was on when I joined them. Heat added.
#4
Do they credit check you for this?
#5
andymwh1972
Im with first direct. I think they are fab. I wish this deal was on when I joined them. Heat added.


Me too, but ive been with them for 15 years and back then it was only a £50 credit I think, I can't fault them or the service at all, you can get round the £10 fee by having a savings account with them (£1 balance) or any other service.

Also ive had calls where they review your accounts and they have given me better interest rates (than those advertised) for being a good customer.......... I'm a sucker for a bit of patter I know but they didn't have to call and offer me better rates I was a loyal customer anyway!!!
#6
surely if get my wages 40k paid into this account its a no brainer? would anyone disagree, from the above posts though most people sound happy enough? Hmmm decisions.....:?

One thing bugging me - how do you pay cheques in? is this possible? Just read various reviews online and generally people are positive, BUT ... as long as you stay in the black, it seems if you go overdrawn they are a bit of a nightmare, and the charges are £ 25 per day overdrawn, cant remember the last time i was in the red but its nice to know if the unthinkable happened you could rely on your bank to be understanding or am i being naive?
#7
russthewomble
Do they credit check you for this?


Yep, they are VERY careful who they take on.
#8
gap30;3961229

One thing bugging me - how do you pay cheques in? is this possible?


At any branch of HSBC either at the counter or using the Paying In machines thus avoiding queues because I find hardly anybody else uses the machines.
#9
cyanide69
At any branch of HSBC either at the counter or using the Paying In machines thus avoiding queues because I find hardly anybody else uses the machines.


But what if you don't have an HSBC branch near you?
#10
civms47
But what if you don't have an HSBC branch near you?


Then you are stuffed, no Post Office payments.
#11
civms47
But what if you don't have an HSBC branch near you?


Where do you live? Outer Hebridies lol:p
#12
cyanide69
At any branch of HSBC either at the counter or using the Paying In machines thus avoiding queues because I find hardly anybody else uses the machines.


Thanks for the info!:thumbsup:
#13
Look out for FirstDirect savings accounts and withdrawal = one month's interest lost nad FD & HSBC incompatible with AOL, Firefox mozilla and Opera browsers

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