Ratesetter Hack – How To Avoid Ratesetter’s Plus & Max Exit Fees
In this short video, I’ll show you how to avoid Ratesetter’s exit fees on the Plus & Max accounts and avoid having your money re-lent at market rates
Please note in this video I use the hack on the 5 Year account but the same process would be used on the Plus & Max products. For the 1, 3 and 5 years accounts, you can set repayments to go directly into your Holding account using the edit function:
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