Crowd2Fund takes a 6% fee on the total amount raised. Above £500k this reduces to 2.5%.
The fee is collected when you've successfully raised investment and accepted the terms. The fee is collected from the total amount raised.
Example: Your business raises a loan of £120,000, at a rate of 6.1% APR repaying over 3 years. The total fee is £7,200 and monthly repayments are £3,656.
We collect a 1% annual fee on interest and capital payments to the investor, which is collected on receipt of the payment from borrowers. See an example here on our APR page.
Example: If you invest £5,000 for 36 months at 8.7%, Crowd2Fund would collect £1.58 from the repayment you receive every month.
Adding funds to your Crowd2Fund wallet via any means, by card or bank transfer, does not incur any charges from Crowd2Fund.
Card payments will transfer funds instantly to your Crowd2Fund wallet, whilst bank transfers can take up to 3 working days.
There’s no fee to withdraw funds from your Crowd2Fund wallet.
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Assumes the £5000 loan is paid back monthly with interest and initial capital lent.
Assumes the reinvested repayments are reinvested at 8.7% APR.
Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results.
Capital at risk.
Tax treatment is dependent on individual circumstance and is subject to change.
30 Mar 2021
Great smart platform
You can pick and choose what small businesses you invest in. Businesses can engage with investors...
1 Dec 2020
An excellent fund raising experience. Could highly recommend. Communication great from start to finish.
1 Dec 2020
Decent platform that makes it simple
Decent platform that made it simple to raise finance for our growing business...
2 Feb 2020
Knowledgeable, Simple and easy to work with
We worked with Crowd2Fund on our first campaign and it was pretty simple and...
Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. Your capital invested is not covered for compensation in the event of a loss by the FSCS. Tax treatment will depend on the individual circumstances and may be subject to change. Please see our Risk section before making an investment decision.