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Driver Partner Benefit

Cashplus business bank account, you can manage all your business finances through Cashplus and also get paid within seconds. Upon sign up and topping up £100 into your CashPlus account, you will receive a free £25!

Sign up for an Cashplus account and get additional benefits:

  • Free debit card
  • Manage money in and out
  • No monthly fee for the first 12 months (normally £5.75)
  • 1% cashback on all purchases - whether it's petrol, groceries or whatever!
  • An additional £25 free cash in your account when you first top up £100
  • Use as an additional account or your main account
  • See T&C's
Do you and want to also open a Cashplus account and receive £25 free + 1% cashback on all purchases?

I want to open a Cashplus account and agree to Cashplus T&C's
I acknowledge the cover of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (required for Cashplus)
Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offence (which is not a spent conviction within the terms of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974)?