There are many reasons to switch banks, just as there are many for staying put. Banks and building societies offer a number of different accounts, benefits and more. If you aren’t happy, switch banks and reap the benefits of a new account and maybe even earn yourself a bonus.
Switching to Nationwide
I have banked with Nationwide for over tens years. I have numerous accounts and products with them, from savings accounts to the children’s CTF accounts. We have a local branch (the staff are lovely) but to be honest I do all of my banking online. As with most banks Nationwide have a brilliant website and a very handy app. You can set savings goals and so much more.
When it comes to customer service though, Nationwide are gold, and that is why I recommend Nationwide to people who want to switch banks. Every year I am able to recommend five people to Nationwide who, if they switch banks to them, will earn £100 within 30 days. I earn £100 too. Last year I recommended NW to three people. This year I have already been asked to refer two. This means that if you are looking to switch banks, and want to earn yourself some extra pennies, I can help (three of you).
Email Me with Subject Line “Switch Banks”
Email me on email@example.com if you would like me to refer you or to ask any questions. I just need an email address and you will receive an email from Nationwide with step by step instructions. I can only refer three more people so first come, first served.
Nationwide have been very good to us. We appreciate the way they run their business. If you aren’t happy with your current account now could be an excellent time to reconsider your options.
*I am recommending Nationwide because I have been happy with their service for over a decade. Please ensure that you do your own research into the best bank/accounts for you.
If you ask me to refer you and send me your email address I will use it solely for the purpose of filling in the referral form on Nationwide and sending you the initial referral email. After that, I will delete it.