If you’re using RateSetter your capital is at risk and therefore these investments will not be covered by us. RateSetter does provide a Provision Fund to help reduce risk but it is not a guarantee for the future and your capital and interest are at risk if the Provision Fund is depleted by increased borrower defaults, and investments in RateSetter are not covered by the FSCS. You can find out more about the Provision Fund here: https://www.ratesetter.com/invest/everyday-account/protection
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- I have just signed up for investing. What's next?
- How do I invest?
- How do I withdraw (cash out) my investments?
- Will you cover the cost of losses in any RateSetter investment?
- How long does it take to sign up for investing?
- How long does it take for an investment to be completed?
- How long does it take for a cash-out to be completed?
- Can I cancel an investment I have just submitted?
- How can I cancel my investments account?
- How old do I have to be to start investing?