Refer a friend
Refer a friend to Optimus Mortgages and you both get rewarded.
Every time you refer one of your friends, family, or colleagues to Optimus Mortgages, we want to show our appreciation for your support by sending you a £50 Amazon voucher when their application is submitted. You can refer as many friends as you like. Please fill out the form below to refer a friend.
Terms and Conditions
1. Initial enquiry must be made via www.optimusmortgages.co.uk or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Optimus Mortgages Ltd must be in receipt of a completed online referral form or email, in addition to the referee’s application having been submitted, and all associated fees paid, before payment can be made.
2. Voucher is for the value of £50 only and is not transferable or redeemable for cash, or money off your mortgage. All voucher terms and conditions also apply.
3. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any of our other offers.
4. Your voucher will be emailed to you within four weeks of the referee’s application being submitted, and all associated fees paid. If you do not receive your voucher within this time, please email email@example.com. We may contact you regarding your referral where necessary.
5. Your referee's voucher will be emailed to them within four weeks of their application completing, and all associated fees paid.
6. We may change, extend, or withdraw this offer at any time, and without letting you know.
If you wish to do so, you can choose to make a charitable donation instead. Donate your £50 to our chosen charity, Live Well North East CIC – Supporting the community of Sacriston and the surrounding area. We will send you verification when we have donated.
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