Switching from NatWest business account

FarmerBruce

Member
Location
Yorkshire
What banks have people moved to then? I’ve not moved yet but it’s looking like it’s between Yorkshire bank or TSB. Any pros or cons of either? Thanks
 

starkey92

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Suffolk
I moved from NatWest to starling, painless enough and got the 1,200 they offered me (think the ammount must depend on the size of your account, I have hardly any money going through it). Starling seems ok, app is easy to use etc however, they don't seem to be doing an overdraft facility at the moment which could be a problem for some!
 

scottrac

Member
Location
lincolnshire
What banks have people moved to then? I’ve not moved yet but it’s looking like it’s between Yorkshire bank or TSB. Any pros or cons of either? Thanks
I switched to tsb last night,4k for switching and said they would honour o/d rate however in the blurb it said no company credit cards allowed?
Have requested a call back as although i'm not in my o/d I want it to stay the same limit as a just in case.
This covid will carry on hurting me for the next couple of years at least in my trade so don't want to lose the o/d
Will keep you informed of progress
 

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