Customer referrals are an important part of our business. Almost half of our clients come to us by way of a personal recommendation, reflecting the importance we place on providing a service that our clients are happy to share with their friends and colleagues.
Refer a Friend
To celebrate the recent relaunch of our website, we’d like to thank clients who recommend BondMason to their friends and colleagues.
During April and May 2018, we’ll be giving a limited edition BondMason A5, premium notepad and Waterford Pen and Pencil set for every referral given to us that goes on to become an active lender.1
There are three ways for you to refer a friend or colleague to BondMason:
1. The easiest way to refer is via the Refer a Friend link on the Summary page of your Dashboard2 .
2. Send an email to email@example.com with the first name and last name of the friend or colleague you have referred (alongside your details) and we will keep an eye out for them on our system.
3. Alternatively, if you would prefer us to contact your friends or colleagues directly, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with their first name, last name and email address, and we will contact them on your behalf.
What happens next?
Once you have referred a friend or colleague, we will keep an eye out for them on our system. When we see that they have opened an account and transferred the required funds, we will send you your limited edition BondMason notepad and pen set.
1 Please see full Terms and Conditions of this offer.
The BondMason Refer a Friend initiative has been a key support to the BondMason Foundation, enabling us to fund a number of micro-loans through Kiva. BondMason Clients can introduce a friend to BondMason and as a thank you the BondMason Foundation will invest £20 ($25) into micro-lending initiatives.
2Plus, if you sign up a friend or colleague through the refer a friend link on your dashboard, not only will you receive your BondMason notepad and pen set, you will also be supporting The BondMason Foundation and its commitment to micro-lending initiatives like Kiva.
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