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Suits Me Gives First Month Free for Post Office Account Holders

Suits Me Gives First Month Free for Post Office Account Holders | Fintech Finance

With the contract between the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and Post Office coming to an end in November 2021, the Fintech, Suits Me, offers all those affected an alternative way to manage their benefits, tax credits, and pension.

The DWP will no longer allow new benefits or pension claimants to collect their payments via POca Accounts and will be phased out over the next few months. Their alliance has existed since 2003, however the financial service has been deemed “poor value for taxpayers” by the pension’s secretary, Thérèse Coffey.

The closure of these accounts means thousands will need to find a new way to manage their payments which is where Suits Me can offer support. Suits Me understand that those impacted will need a quick and easy banking solution, where there is no disruption to their benefits payments and can be managed from the comfort of their home – a particularly important factor during the pandemic.

Richard Lynch, Managing Director, said: “During this already stressful and difficult time in our lives, we wanted to ensure any Post Office cardholders can easily secure a new reliable way of receiving their benefits, without any upfront costs. To help remove any potential financial barriers we’re also giving those affected their first month for free.”

In 2020, the award-winning, alternative banking solution experienced a year of record growth despite the coronavirus pandemic and the fintech continues to expand its range of products and services aimed at those who would typically struggle to open a high street bank account.

All Suits Me account holders receive an e-money current account, complete with a contactless debit card, online and mobile banking, an exclusive cashback reward programme, and a wide range of banking features so they have the tools to effectively manage their money and finances.

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