You could lose all your money invested in this product.
This is a high-risk investment and is much riskier than a savings account.
ISA eligibility does not guarantee returns or protect you from losses.

Source of Wealth & Source of Funds

Why do I need to prove my wealth?

When you top up your account, we may occasionally need documentary evidence from you so we know which bank or financial institution the investment funds have come from or passed through (source of funds). You might also be asked for evidence of how you acquired those funds, which is the source of wealth. You may be required to provide evidence if you identify with one of the following:

Source of Wealth refers to how you acquired the funds you want to invest with. These could come from:

Source of Funds refers to how the funds have been moved from your account to Propiteer. This could be:

 

If documentary evidence needs to be submitted, we shall require documents from one or more (but not limited to) of the following categories:

 

1. Savings from salary (basic and/or bonus)

2. Sales of shares or other investments/liquidation of an investment portfolio

3. Sale of property

4. Inheritance

5. Company sale

6. Company profit

7. Gift

8. Money Transfers

 

If you still have any questions regarding Source of Funds or Source of Wealth, please call a member of the Propiteer team on 01376 505282 or email us at info@propiteer.com

 

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