Man Utd E-Isa 1.2% AER and when they win the Premier League and FA Cup this year it gets bumped upto 3.2%. So it's basically a guaranteed 3.2% ;-) @ Virgin Money
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Man Utd E-Isa 1.2% AER and when they win the Premier League and FA Cup this year it gets bumped upto 3.2%. So it's basically a guaranteed 3.2% ;-) @ Virgin Money

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Found 6th Oct
The Man Utd Double Champions E-ISA offers a standard fixed rate of interest for a year. And if Man Utd win the Premier League and the Emirates FA Cup, we'll increase your savings rate. If they win, you win.

Easy money.

Champions elect 2017/18

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Low interested in Manchester United that's for sure

i hope there's a 5% incentive for when we win the CL too.

Already getting 4% on my 7 x Ford regular ISA this year:)

If you are a Man United fan it will be a fun. However if you invest £1000 for a year a 2 per cent non accumulative rate that you would get for Man Utd winning would be £20 extra. You can currently get 18 to 1 on Betway for the Man Utd double. that would be £18 profit for a £1. Using my average maths the offer equates roughly to a free £1 bet on Man Utd for the double for every £1000 you invest

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Alternatively place a £17 bet on the double to receive £618 lol

AND WHEN THEY WIN THE LEAGUE !!!!! Ha ha I'd look at the lower as the only price u will get as it's very unlikely they will .

conn859 m ago

Alternatively place a £17 bet on the double to receive £618 lol


you are right you could borrow £20 on the strength of your increased isa return and bet it before you get it on the same outcome

Speculator24 m ago

Already getting 4% on my 7 x Ford regular ISA this year:)

How are you getting 4% pls?

norville5553 m ago

How are you getting 4% pls?



when they launched the a/c in May, they didn't make it clear that it was 1 a/c per person so I opened 7. They messaged me to confirm I could keep all 7 a/cs, all paying 4%.

They closed the a/c to new customers shortly after launch.

Funny how Man Utd fans get confident when they win a few games against lower league sides, let's see how many accounts get closed when their seven man defence plays against a proper team.

Speculator23 m ago

when they launched the a/c in May, they didn't make it clear that it was 1 …when they launched the a/c in May, they didn't make it clear that it was 1 a/c per person so I opened 7. They messaged me to confirm I could keep all 7 a/cs, all paying 4%. They closed the a/c to new customers shortly after launch.

I thought you could only have a single cash isa each year.

manicmidlander4 m ago

I thought you could only have a single cash isa each year.



all 7 a/cs are with ford so count as 1.

Speculator19 m ago

all 7 a/cs are with ford so count as 1.



Still a maximum of £20K total - so what is the point of 7 ? - Or do you have 7 NI numbers ?

rogparki38 m ago

Still a maximum of £20K total - so what is the point of 7 ? - Or do you …Still a maximum of £20K total - so what is the point of 7 ? - Or do you have 7 NI numbers ?



7 x 250 per month x 11 months = £19,250. Will make a final £750 (split into 7 so approx 7 x £107) payment on 22nd April 2017 via internal transfer from Ford instant ISA so final payment doesn't count as 2017/18

Ford money AKA Newcastle BS confirmed this would be okay.
Edited by: "Speculator" 6th Oct

Speculator58 m ago

all 7 a/cs are with ford so count as 1.

Ah well I've learned something new. That is rather surprising though.

manicmidlander23 m ago

Ah well I've learned something new. That is rather surprising though.



From Ford Money..

"Each tax year you can only choose one provider to hold a Cash ISA with. Should you choose to invest your ISA with Ford Money, you can split your annual ISA allowance between our range of Cash ISA products. This will give you greater freedom to manage your savings around your own needs."

I opened the multiple Regular Cash ISA before they closed the loophole.
Edited by: "Speculator" 6th Oct

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secretmick1 h, 43 m ago

Funny how Man Utd fans get confident when they win a few games against …Funny how Man Utd fans get confident when they win a few games against lower league sides, let's see how many accounts get closed when their seven man defence plays against a proper team.

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thetripod2 h, 28 m ago

i hope there's a 5% incentive for when we win the CL too.

You forgot the Carabao cup. Should bump it up to 10%

Speculator10 m ago

From Ford Money.."Each tax year you can only choose one provider to hold a …From Ford Money.."Each tax year you can only choose one provider to hold a Cash ISA with. Should you choose to invest your ISA with Ford Money, you can split your annual ISA allowance between our range of Cash ISA products. This will give you greater freedom to manage your savings around your own needs."I opened the multiple Regular Cash ISA before they closed the loophole.

Pretty cool. Definitely A for effort.

This could only be aimed at manu fans, cos no one else would ever want them to win anything even for an extra percentage on interest lol.

conn8552 m ago

You forgot the Carabao cup. Should bump it up to 10%



well I did think that but didn't want to act arrogant, it's not in utd fan's nature.

roguesspam42 m ago

This could only be aimed at manu fans, cos no one else would ever want …This could only be aimed at manu fans, cos no one else would ever want them to win anything even for an extra percentage on interest lol.



there's enough of us around to post about it though. if OP had posted a man city fan scheme then the pool of interested parties would be sparse enough to send the post to MISC.

Speculator3 h, 26 m ago

7 x 250 per month x 11 months = £19,250. Will make a final £750 (split i …7 x 250 per month x 11 months = £19,250. Will make a final £750 (split into 7 so approx 7 x £107) payment on 22nd April 2017 via internal transfer from Ford instant ISA so final payment doesn't count as 2017/18Ford money AKA Newcastle BS confirmed this would be okay.



I think I get it - the max amount you can save each month (to get that rate )is £250 . A bit like the Nationwide flex regular saver 5% but the maximum is £500 per month . Weird that they put a cap on how much you can save a month then let you open multiple accounts .

rogparki16 h, 20 m ago

I think I get it - the max amount you can save each month (to get that …I think I get it - the max amount you can save each month (to get that rate )is £250 . A bit like the Nationwide flex regular saver 5% but the maximum is £500 per month . Weird that they put a cap on how much you can save a month then let you open multiple accounts .


It was an oversight, they never meant to allow people to open more than one. They would have closed the extra accounts, and they did exactly that with the non-ISA version of the saver, but they weren't specific enough with the ISA terms, and it then became closed after a day or two due to heavy demand. The end result, in this case, would have been that 1 person ended up with 7 accounts, rather than 7 people each with 1 account as Ford would have intended.

It's a bit meaningless for it to have been brought up at all in this thread, being a clear error by Ford Money.

Speculator19 h, 55 m ago

7 x 250 per month x 11 months = £19,250. Will make a final £750 (split i …7 x 250 per month x 11 months = £19,250. Will make a final £750 (split into 7 so approx 7 x £107) payment on 22nd April 2017 via internal transfer from Ford instant ISA so final payment doesn't count as 2017/18Ford money AKA Newcastle BS confirmed this would be okay.

Confused on the Newcastle BS part how can they confirm it?

rejji844 h, 38 m ago

Confused on the Newcastle BS part how can they confirm it?



Ford Money is run by Newcastle Building Society

Speculator8 h, 30 m ago

Ford Money is run by Newcastle Building Society

How do you know this??
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