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Guaranteed Current Accounts

Guaranteed Current Accounts are now readily available for those who have been declined or refused for a regular high street account, mainly due to their adverse credit history or past financial problems they may have encountered.

One of the main reason for being declined is you will have your credit history checked when you apply for any high street accounts, meaning they will highlight any past problems and almost certainly decline you..

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or Telephone us directly on 020 3286 3929

Who Can Apply for a Guaranteed Account?

Almost anyone who is over 18 years old and can identify themselves can apply for a Guaranteed Current Account. With most of those declined becausee of their credit problems, you can be assured that regardless of any past problems, you can be guaranteed a new account.

Need more information? Speak to one of our advisers now on 020 3286 3929 or Email us here

How can these Currnt Accounts be Guaranteed?

We can100% Guarantee opening you a new current account as long as you can be identifed, so even for those who have alrady been declined or refused for a new account, we will still be able to help.

There are two accounts available, a Managed Current Account and a High Street Account, both Guaranateed and available to anyone who is 18 years or older and a UK resident.

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