When your Fixed Rate Bond approaches maturity, your deposit and any interest or profit that you have earned will be transferred to your Raisin UK Account, giving you the choice of one of the following options:
- Option 1: Renew your existing savings account
If the partner bank offers the option to renew your savings account, you can do so from as soon as 28 days before the maturity date and until 5 days before the maturity date.
If you don’t choose a renewal option within your renewal window, your original deposit and any interest or profit that you’ve earned will be transferred to your Raisin UK Account. If this occurs, please consider option 2 or option 3 below.
- Option 2: Apply for a new savings account
Once your savings account matures and your funds are returned to your Raisin UK Account, you could apply for a new savings account through our marketplace.
Please note that if you wish to open a new savings account with more than your available balance, enter the amount you want to fund it with when you apply and transfer the additional amount to your Raisin UK Account using Faster Payments only before the advertised funding window closes (please be aware that you cannot transfer funds to your Raisin UK Account using CHAPS or BACS).
- Option 3: Withdraw your money
Once your savings account matures and your original deposit and any interest or profit that you’ve accrued has returned to your Raisin UK Account, you can withdraw your money to your bank or building society account.
Please note that it can take up to three business days after maturity for funds to transfer to your Raisin UK Account.
Please be aware that if you registered with Raisin prior to 19th November 2018 and chose not to opt-in to the new Raisin UK Account; when your fixed rate bond savings accounts mature, your money will be withdrawn and deposited directly into your nominated bank account.