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*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


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Organisation

This is a non-recurring payment for membership to Revolver Co-operative.

Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50 in Share Capital. Please choose how much you would like to deposit.....







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Terms and Conditions

*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


You need to select an item to continue

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Terms and Conditions

*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


You need to select an item to continue

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Terms and Conditions

*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


You need to select an item to continue

NEXT STEP

Terms and Conditions

*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


You need to select an item to continue

NEXT STEP

Terms and conditions

*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


You need to select an item to continue

NEXT STEP

Terms and Conditions

*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


You need to select an item to continue

NEXT STEP

Terms and Conditions

*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


You need to select an item to continue

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Terms and Conditions


*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.

You need to select an item to continue

NEXT STEP

Terms and Conditions

*I/We wish to apply for membership and agree to be bound by the rules of Revolver Co-operative Limited.

*I/We Wish to make an initial deposit of the amount selected in this form.

*I/We confirm that we understand an investment in Revolver Co-operative Share Capital is a risk and that investment will be lost if the business fails.  


Joining Revolver

We ask members to make an investment in the society's share capital, but unlike in a conventional company, each member is limited to a single vote, irrespective of how much they invest. Approving an application for membership is entirely at the Board of Directors discretion.

Individuals must invest a minimum of £10 in Share Capital. Organisations in the UK must invest a minimum of £50. At the time of writing no interest is payable on investments of £250 or less. Investments larger than this sum are only accepted at the Board of Directors discretion . (Please contact membership@revolver.coop for further details).

Withdrawals of share capital are entirely at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are unlikely to be possible in the early years of this business


Member benefits

We are committed to applying the profits of the business for benefit of our members and the communities in which they live. This includes supporting projects in producer communities in the developing world, working with a range of other co-operatives in the UK and elsewhere, and offering our individual members special offers for Revolver products and events.

Understanding the risks

Revolver Co-operative is a new small business and, like in any start-up business, investment in Revolver’s share capital is at risk if the business fails. As an organisation committed to openness and transparency, and to playing a responsible part in the wider Co-operative Movement, we adhere to the Code of Practice on Withdrawable Share Capital as follows:

Code of practice on withdrawable share capital

Revolver co-operative abides by a code of practice, which requires it to provide a statement to its shareholders (i.e. members) if the nature of their investment and any change affecting it. The position you occupy as shareholder (i.e. member) of Revolver Co-operative is no different from that of a shareholder in any other corporate body in the sense that, if Revolver Co-operative fails, you may not have all, or any of your investment returned to you.

Your investment is withdrawable without penalty at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Revolver Co-operative, unlike Banks and Building Societies, is not subject to prudential regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority or its successor/s.


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