Welcome Offer terms (‘the Offer’)

Qualifying transactions

  1. The Offer will be available for new Bricklane.com customers only ('Eligible Customer').
  2. A Qualifying Transaction is a one-off contribution committed during an Eligible Customer's initial Bricklane.com signup process, provided the payment amount is £5,000 or more.
  3. Qualifying Transactions can include single transactions (whether by debit card or bank transfer) as well as ISA transfers. Monthly contributions will not be eligible for the Offer.
  4. In rare circumstances, a transaction of £100 is initially required to facilitate the opening of an Eligible Customer's account. In this instance, at Bricklane's sole discretion, we may choose to grant you a welcome bonus, if an immediate subsequent Qualifying Transaction is made. Customers should speak to Bricklane.com customer support prior to their account opening if they wish to qualify for the bonus in this way.
  5. Subsequent single transactions will not be eligible for the Offer.
  6. To qualify for the Offer, completed ISA transfer forms must be received within 14 days of completing the signup process. Bricklane.com may accept forms that arrive later at its sole discretion.
  7. Qualifying Transactions can be made into Standard, and ISA accounts, into any fund offered through the platform. SIPP investment are not eligible for the Offer.
  8. The Offer period is from 15 May 2018 until such time as Bricklane.com withdraws the offer.
  9. This Offer is not compatible with any other offer.

£100 welcome offer bonus

Qualifying Transactions will be eligible for a £100 bonus paid into the Eligible Customer's Bricklane.com account.

General

  • Bricklane.com reserves the right to extend or withdraw the offer at any time.
  • Bricklane.com is the sole arbiter of these rules and any other issue arising under this promotion.
  • Standard terms and investment terms relating to your use of Bricklane.com apply and are not affected in any way by this offer.
Capital at risk

The value of your investment can go down as well as up. If you want to sell shares, there is no guarantee that you will be able to find a buyer for your shares within a reasonable timeframe at a price that is acceptable to you. The REITs invest in residential property, which are not highly liquid assets. Rental yields and dividends may be lower than estimated.

Tax rules and allowances depend on individual circumstances and may change in the future. If you are unsure about whether investment is right for you, you should seek independent advice before investing, including tax advice.