The main 'pro' is that you can achieve better returns than conventional savings.

The main 'con' is that your capital is at risk, unlike conventional savings.

P2P is not for money that would form part of your emergency savings, or money you would be looking to spend in the next few years.


I have a modest sum, which if put into a savings account would generate enough interest for me to buy a sandwich - which is why I am looking at peer-to-peer.
Originally posted by mulderat

If it's a "modest" sum then have you already looked at the accounts that would give capital protection to your savings and offer decent rates from 3% to 5%?

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