Peer To Peer Lending Cashback Offers

Current Peer To Peer Lending Cashback Offers

Below is a list of peer to peer lending and crowdfunding company cashback offers that are worth considering. The table also provides a snapshot of additional helpful information. If you are considering investing through one of these sites, please consider signing up through the links below as this helps in enabling me to continue writing Financial Thing’s reviews. If you don’t see an offer for a company you’re interested in investing through, contact me and I’ll see if I can provide you with a cashback offer link.

Please note that some cashback offers do have terms and conditions. For example, some offers require you to invest money or leave money invested within or for certain time periods. Please read the terms of each offer to make sure to meet the cashback conditions.

While I don’t offer financial “advice” regarding the different companies, I’m happy to offer my opinion or provide you with information to the best of my knowledge. Feel free to contact me as I’m here to help.

* My Risk Rating is an opinion. The rating is based on many factors such as loan types offered, interest returns, platform history, default numbers and my own investing experiences.

** I consider Wellesley & Co’s higher interest paying Mini Bonds higher risk than their standard peer to peer lending products, hence the the two different risk ratings. Read my Wellesley & Co review for more information.

*** Assetz Capital Provision Fund covers the Quick Access Account, 30-Day Access Account, Great British Business Account and Green Energy Income Fund. The Provision Fund does not cover the Manual Investment Account.


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The information presented on this page is for information purposes only and is not investment advice. Information can change frequently but was deemed correct at the time of writing. Peer to peer lending contains risks so never invest more than you can afford to lose.