Market leading interest rate (1.25%)
Ford Money has existed as part of the Ford Motor Company since 1963, when it was created under the name Ford Credit. In 1997 Ford Credit obtained its UK banking licence and became known as FCE Bank plc.
Now Ford Money offers a range of savings products and ISAs that are designed to be easy to open and manage, and that offer competitive rates. Check out our tables and compare the accounts Ford Money has to offer.
Flexible Cash ISA
Fixed Cash ISA
Ford Money operates solely as an online bank and has no presence on the high street. There’s no mobile app yet but customers can access their accounts through the browser on their phone and tablet.
No, the four accounts detailed above are the only types of account currently available through Ford Money.
Ford Money doesn’t offer current accounts – only savings accounts. Because of this you don’t really need to “switch”, you can keep your current account at your existing bank and open a new savings account at Ford Money within 10 minutes.
Decide which of the above account types is best for you and you can open one today and transfer money from your current bank account quickly and easily.
All eligible deposits made with Ford Money, up to a total of £85,000 per person, are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). This is the same compensation scheme that many, if not all, of the major banks and building societies in the UK use, so you can rest assured that, should anything go wrong, your money will be safe. Ford Money also uses encryption technology to keep your details and information protected.
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