datz wrote: »
And the banks seem to treat that minority of customers as just a cost of attracting the customers they want (because too many barriers would put off those genuine customers too).
soulsaver wrote: »
While on the subject of the poss weird & wonderful Danske Bank:
I have 2 accounts.. a solo & a joint.
In December they didn't pay the reward but wrote saying I hadn't fulfilled the requirement as I hadn't logged in.
I always log in monthly so felt this was incorrect, but couldn't be sure, so I now take a screen dump for proof.
Now this month another development: Both acs have SOs for the 2nd of the month to return the £1200 monthly deposit. In this case the 2nd of Feb was a w/e.. so one happened on Monday 4th .. but the other one failed.
I gave it an extra day and it still didn't happen.
I transferred it back manually today.
Just a heads up..
tg99 wrote: »
A couple of questions:
1. Is the monthly £7 taxable?
2. Have not seen any mention of it in this thread but on the website says about needing to send them payslips/certified accounts/etc (depending in employment status) so has anyone been asked to provide this or perhaps it’s a recent change and now the opening procedure is more demanding in terms of what info and documents you need to supply them with?
Zero_Sum wrote: »
Its probably paid net of tax.
Halifax £2 reward is actually £2.50 less 50p tax.
Ditto with co-ops £4 reward, being £5 less £1
Rewards are taxable, cashback isnt.
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