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Nationwide referral thread

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Referrers
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  • Long time nationwide account holder here, will definitely recommend anyone to switch for interests and other perks! PM for details and we get £100 each!
  • bp5678bp5678 Forumite
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    Random question but could this potentially be dodgy? Would someone you don't know be able to get vital information about you from the switch to then use as identity fraud/theft?
  • keirankeiran Forumite
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    bp5678 wrote: »
    Random question but could this potentially be dodgy? Would someone you don't know be able to get vital information about you from the switch to then use as identity fraud/theft?

    Absolutely Not

    The referrer sends a link (obtained from Nationwide) which has a unique code on it identifying the referrer, and the referred party completes the link by entering his/her own unique number (in this case, the 18 digit switching number beginning with FSW).

    So no personal details are exchanged at all.
  • Hi all,

    If you're on this thread, you likely know how the referrals work (if not I'm happy to explain directly). I referred my spouse last year for the inflation-beating 5% FlexDirect current account and found it really easy.

    Having checked my online banking apparently I've been with Nationwide for 18 years(!). Despite following Martin's bank tarting guide, I kept my main Nationwide account as they've simply been the best fit for me.

    I'd be delighted to share a 'Refer A Friend' code with you if you request one, naturally this would lead to £100 for us both.

    Foibles
  • Hi all - I know it's my first post but I'm a long time 'money saver' whose friends are sick of me hassling them to switch to nationwide :rotfl:

    If anyone would like a referral, I'd be happy to provide :).

    Thanks very much and happy money saving.
  • Sara21Sara21 Forumite
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    I love my Nationwide account and its benefits - happy to 'refer a friend' if anyone needs a link :)


    Thanks all
  • Hi switchers!

    I have some Nationwide referral links waiting to be used.

    You'll need to switch a non-Nationwide current account which has at least 2 Direct Debits (not necessarily your 'main' account) to a Nationwide FlexAccount, FlexPlus or FlexDirect account.

    The Referral link I give you needs to be kept until after the switch - when you link it to the Switch Code Nationwide will have given you. Once this is done we both get £100!!

    PM me (click on my username) to get a referral link.

    Thanks!
  • bristolleedsfanbristolleedsfan Forumite
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    I have some Nationwide referral links waiting to be used.

    You'll need to switch a non-Nationwide current account which has at least 2 Direct Debits (not necessarily your 'main' account) to a Nationwide FlexAccount, FlexPlus or FlexDirect account.

    The Referral link I give you needs to be kept until after the switch - when you link it to the Switch Code Nationwide will have given you. Once this is done we both get £100!!

    PM me (click on my username) to get a referral link.


    Existing Nationwide Current Account Holders can take advantage of this if havent previously received a payment via any Nationwide BS Refer a friend scheme


    Thanks!
  • Hi

    I have 5 nationwide reccomend a friend codes available

    we both get £100 each



    Step 1 - Send me a PM on here and I will request a recommend a friend link when you ask, this take 1-2 working days to arrive.

    Step 2 - You need to switch your main current account to a Nationwide FlexAccount, FlexPlus or FlexDirect account within 90 days of the recommendation, and transfer at least two Direct Debits as part of the switch (standing orders and recurring card payments don't qualify).

    Step 3 - You will then need to give nationwide your details, including your switch reference number, which you'll have received when the switch started.

    Step 4 - We both get £100.00


    thank you


    please message me to take advantage of this offer
  • Hi

    I used referral from this thread myself and now I offer few of those links myself. PM me if interested.

    regards, Stef
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