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Graduate Overdraft

Helping you find your feet after graduation 

What is a Graduate Overdraft?

 

A limit agreed on your current account that you can go overdrawn up to. Up to £2,000 interest free in the first year after your graduation and up to £1,000 interest free in the second year

Normally used for short term expenses 

You can dip into it when you need to, which may help you cover those unexpected bills

Important documents & information before you apply

  • Please read Our Lending Commitments (PDF, 116KB) before you apply online.
  • We will write to you within a couple of days and give you a decision on your application
  • You must be a UK resident and have an eligible graduate current account.  Subject to lending criteria.

How your information might be used

It’s important for you to understand how we use and share your information. Please read this short summary before you continue with your application.

How do we use your information
We sometimes need to use your information to help us both.

 

Why do you share it?

We share your information so we can:

∙ protect you

∙ check your identity

∙ Make sure you have the right products for your needs

∙ prevent fraud and money laundering

∙ help us comply with laws, manage our risk and protect our business

 

Who do you share it with?

We share your information with:


∙ other companies in our group

∙  fraud prevention agencies, and we also record any identified or suspected fraud, which could mean we refuse to provide you with services

∙ our business partners, like the company that makes our debit and credit cards

∙  industry regulators, government departments and similar organisations, like HM Revenue and Customs, who might in turn have to share it with other countries 

 

We also share your information with credit reference agencies, so we can:

∙ do a credit check – this can affect your credit score (we don’t do one if you’re just opening a savings account)

∙ do an identity check – this could be done on you and anyone else who’s linked to the account, but it doesn’t affect your credit score

∙ protect you and comply with laws – we must share information about how you manage your account, like payments made in, your balance, credit limits and any missed loan payments. They may also share this with other organisations.

 

Credit reference and fraud prevention agencies use your information because they have to prevent fraud and money laundering, to protect you, their business and to comply with laws.


What can happen?

We’ll make decisions based on the automated checks of data we hold and receive about you.  You have rights in relation to these decisions, including a right to appeal if your application is declined. If it’s declined, we’ll usually keep your information for 5 years or longer if needed to comply with the law.


If you want more details about how we use your information or your rights, please read our full Privacy Notice.

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