Introducing True Potential Rewards

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Introducing True Potential Rewards

We are thrilled to announce the launch of True Potential Rewards.

Exclusively available to True Potential clients, you can now earn money-back rewards by shopping at your favourite stores. These rewards can then be added to your investment to help you reach your financial goals or back in to your bank account.

We’ve partnered with hundreds of top brands to bring you amazing money-back offers on your shopping, from ASOS to Zavvi – and many in between. Whether it’s broadband, electricals, groceries, fashion or travel, we’ve got some of the best money-back offers in the market for you.

As well as withdrawing to your bank account, you can add money from your Rewards balance to your investments as a great way to reach your goals earlier. From now on, buying a new pair of trainers or switching internet providers could help you retire earlier or pay off your mortgage sooner.

There are no catches, hidden fees or complicated forms, just follow these three simple steps and start earning your rewards today:

1. Browse

Open the ‘Rewards’ tab button at the bottom of the True Potential app and search hundreds of your favourite brands for money back deals.

2. Shop

Once you’ve found the offer for you, click the link in the app and we’ll take you to the store’s website as normal to make your purchase.

3. Earn

Your rewards will show in the True Potential app, where you can withdraw or invest as much as you like.


You can even set your rewards to automatically invest into your chosen Pension, ISA or General Investment Account to make topping up your investments completely seamless.

Download or login to the True Potential Investor app and tap the ‘Rewards’ tab at the bottom of your screen to get started.

With investing, your capital is at risk. Investments can fluctuate in value and you may get back less than you invest. Past performance is not a guide to future performance. Tax rules can change at any time. This blog is not personal financial advice.

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