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Looking for a hassle-free alternative to traditional banking?

Published: Thursday 20th September 2018

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At our offices on the Farm in Knutsford, we share the premises with an Award Winning Business called Suits Me that you maybe interested to know about, particularly if you are paying employees by cash, cheque or in to a friend/family bank account.

Suits Me is the alternative to traditional banking for employers or temporary recruitment agencies and their workers. Specifically created for non-UK workers and those who do not qualify or who are financially excluded from High Street banks. Suits Me is simple and a secure way to pay your employees. To date they have issued over 30,000 accounts and are currently working with over 100 recruitment agencies / employers across the UK. Suits Me does not require employee credit checks and 98% of applications with a UK address are accepted and typically accounts are generated within 30 minutes.


Membership gives all workers:


  • A VISA debit card which can be used worldwide
  • Online secure e-bank account
  • Cashback scheme.


They have been recognised with both payment industry and recruitment awards with their banking service additionally being modern slavery compliant and through a simple, secure recruiter portal, making it easy to manage payroll and authorise travel or other deductions.


Suits Me handle all support and customer service so there is no extra work for the you as the recruiter. As over 90% of applicants come from non-UK speaking workers, literature is provided in nine different languages, and Customer Support is via telephone, email and uniquely Facebook (suitsmecard), with a 4.9 out of 5 star rating given by their customers.


As a valued customer and recognising your privacy, we have not passed your details to Suits Me but invite you to contact their Managing Director, Keith Poole to find out more. Keith’s direct line is  01565 745640 or by email


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