Free Advertising!

(Dan Warriner) #1

Saw this today on Groupon - looks like somebody’s a fan of Monzo!

(#savetheseabass) #2

A convenient way to get everything stolen in one fell swoop

(Richard) #3

Ha ha haaaaa. Couldn’t have said it better myself @Rat_au_van

(James Murray-Ferris) #4

Also does nothing to promote it as nothing more than a travel card :joy:


To be fair to them, that is the prepaid version on the picture. Should someone email them and ask them for an updated photo with a current account card? :joy:


Also the £20 note in the picture hasn’t been legal tender for the best part of a decade :scream:

(#savetheseabass) #7

That’ll explain why the bottom part of the note looks like it’s ghosting in and out of existence

(I’m sure it’s a wonderful product for those who want one. And they clearly had excellent taste in prepaid card provider)

(James Murray-Ferris) #8

I hadn’t noticed the £20 was on top of the Club Lloyd card while it should be behind it unless it’s arranged wrong

(Hugh Wells) #9

Thanks for letting us know @warriner :raised_hands:

Do you have a link for this so we can reach out to the seller?

(Jak Katterfield) #10

Better update the passport too.
Brexit means Brexit!


That’s the Irish version.

(Dan Warriner) #12


(Christopher) #13

Here’s some proper ‘free’ advertising…

(Matthew Hardaker) #14

Have spotted some more free advertising on Instagram

Slightly more tasteful than the Groupon example above?

(Hugh Wells) #15

Thanks for letting us know :pray:

We’ll have a look into this :slight_smile:

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