Countingup Cashback

Terms and Conditions

  1. The Countingup Cashback Reward is open to all Countingup business current account customers.
  2. The conditions of the Cashback Reward are met if
    2.1 a Countingup business current account customer uses their Countingup Mastercard® to conduct transactions online and in-person between 01 March 2022 and 31 July 2022; and
    2.2 their business current account is still in good standing at the time that the Cashback Reward is due to be deposited into it; and
    2.3 they are a Paying Subscriber when the Cashback Reward is due to be deposited into the business current account linked to the Mastercard used between 01 March 2022 and 31 July 2022.
  3. Subject to clause 2 of these Terms, Countingup is offering Countingup business current account customers a one-time deposit into their accounts to the equivalent of 0.3% of the total amount transacted through their Countingup Mastercard between 01 March 2022 and 31 July 2022.
  4. Cashback will be earned on the net of credits and spend during the offer period. No cashback will be earned on interest, fees or card transaction amounts that are subsequently re-credited to an eligible account by way of refunds or other types of credit. If cashback is earned on a transaction that is later refunded, that cashback will be lost.
  5. The aforementioned one-time deposit will be credited to eligible business current account Paying Subscribers no later than 1 September 2022.
  6. By ‘in good standing’, we mean ‘that is not overdrawn, has been used (and is still being used) in line with the Terms and Conditions of the account, satisfies the due diligence requirements of Counting Ltd and its regulators, and is not subject to an internal or external investigation that would require its permanent or temporary suspension. In the case of a Limited Business, it also means that its legal status with Companies House allows for the one-time deposit to be processed (for example, if the business is ‘dissolved’, the one-time deposit cannot be processed)’.
  7. By ‘Paying Subscribers’, we mean ‘business current account customers that are on an active paying subscription plan’.
  8. Counting Ltd reserves the right to alter the definition provided in clause 6 under exceptional or unforeseen circumstances.
  9. There is no limit to the number of card transactions business current account customers can conduct.
  10. No responsibility will be accepted by Counting Ltd in the event of business current account customers being prevented or restricted from meeting the conditions of these Terms due to a technical failure of any kind (including failure of any information technology).
  11. Eligible Countingup business current account customers are responsible for paying taxes or deductions (if any) due on the one-time deposit credited to their Countingup accounts.
  12. Additional information about this incentive can be obtained by emailing
  13. By taking the steps to meet the conditions of the Countingup Cashback Reward, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  14. Should you wish not to be bound by these terms and conditions or not to take part in this incentive, please contact us by emailing
  15. Please retain a copy of these terms and conditions for your records. We reserve the right to modify or withdraw this incentive at any time.
  16. Promoter: Counting Limited, 20-22 Wenlock Road, London N1 7GU. Counting Ltd trading as Countingup. Company number 10729748. Registered Office 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU. Multi-award-winning Counting Ltd, backed by Sage and ING Bank, designs and operates the Countingup websites and app, offering an electronic money (‘e-money’) business current account with innovative built-in accounting software. Prepay Technologies Ltd trading as PPS is the e-money issuer of your business current account and Counting Ltd is a registered Agent of PPS. PPS is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (FRN 900010) for the issuance of electronic money and protects customers against its insolvency by safeguarding an amount equivalent to the money held in Countingup’s e-money business current accounts. The Countingup card is an electronic money product issued by PPS pursuant to licence by Mastercard International Incorporated.