Its easy as 1, 2, 3!
Refer a friend to us and we’ll happily give your friend or family member a call to help with their mortgage or insurance. As thanks to you both, if they take out a mortgage or insurance policy through Covertree we’ll send you both £25 of Amazon vouchers*.
Refer A Friend Now
Remember you can refer as many friends as you like. There are no restrictions on the number of friends you can refer over to us. Pop your details in the form below.
*Refer A Friend terms and conditions
Anyone can participate by referring the name and contact details of a friend or family member to Covertree Ltd for the purposes of insurance, mortgage or other financial service offered by the business or its partners.
The person you refer over must be over 18 and a UK resident. You do not have to be an existing client of Covertree Ltd to take part in this offer.
When a Friend makes a ‘Qualifying Purchase’, both Referrer and Friend will each receive a £25 Amazon voucher.
For each friend referred the voucher will be sent to you both once the premiums paid on their new policy go past £50.
For each friend referred the voucher will be sent to you both once the mortgage/lending product is deemed as ‘completed’ by the lender.
We can also offer Marks and Spencer and John Lewis vouchers if you prefer an alternative voucher.
No cash or other alternatives are available.
A “Qualifying Purchase” is when the Insurance, Mortgage or other product sold by Covertree Ltd to the Friend is deemed as ‘active’, ‘live’ or ‘completed’ by the provider or lender.
If the policies or lending application are cancelled during the Change of Mind period or if your Friend does not maintain your monthly premium payments the offer will be withdrawn.
You must have permission from the person you are referring to us and that they have given consent to be contacted by phone, email and/or text by Covertree Limited.
Covertree Ltd reserves the right to withdraw or amend this offer at any time without notice.
The Offer is governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of English courts.