Making a payment
You can invest anything between £100 and £100,000 into your
Share Account. You can top up your account in a number of
If you have an online banking facility with your own bank, then
you can make one-off transfers to Shared Interest Society online.
The details for the account into which your payment should be made
are below. Please use your Share Account number, and if possible
your name, as a reference.
If you would like to make a regular payment, you can set up a
standing order with your bank. Again, you may be able to do this
via an online banking facility. The details for the account into
which your payment should be made are below. Please use your Share
Account number, and if possible your name, as a reference.
Or ask us to send you a pre-printed standing order form, which
once completed tells your bank all they need to know to set up your
Bank giro credit
If you receive statements in the post, you will find a bank giro
credit slip on the bottom of each statement. This is printed with
details of the Shared Interest Society bank account into which your
payment should be made, so you can simply attach this to a cheque
and take it to your bank. It also includes your Share Account
number as a reference.
Or ask us to send you a set of pre-printed bank giro credit
You can send us a cheque by post made out to Shared Interest
Society. Please include your Share Account number on the back.
Please remember your Share Account is not a bank account. Member
payments are paid into a Shared Interest Society bank account. Your
Share Account number is an important reference which identifies
your individual payments and investment.
It should also be noted that you invest in Shared Interest
Society at risk as the organisation is not a member of the
financial services compensation scheme.
*This information is also included in your investor pack you
were sent when you opened your account