We recommended setting up regular pocket money or allowances to help polish your child’s budgeting skills.
Important: You need to have money in your Parent Account for pocket money to be paid. If there are insufficient funds in your Parent Account, pocket money will not be paid
Decide if you would like to pay your child pocket money weekly or monthly and the amount you wish to pay.
For example, Somerton’s pocket money will be paid on a monthly basis and she will receive £25 per month.
Check that you are happy with the details saved on their profile.
E.g. Somerton’s pocket money is set to £25 per month
Gifting allows family and friends to electronically give money to your children and both parents and children can use Gifting!
Click on Share gift link to get started
Enter the email address of the friend or relative that you wish to share your child’s gift link, you can also add in an optional message.
The friend or relative will then receive an email, with a unique Gift Link.
When clicked on the unique Gift Link, they will come to your child’s Gift Page (see example).
They can they choose the amount to gift and personalise their message!
As we believe saving is important, the money gifted to your child will arrive in the their savings account.
If the child wishes to spend the money, they should move this to their nimbl card.
micro-savings can only be turned on and off by children
You now have the option of guiding where your children use their nimbl card:
and also how much they spend with optional daily limits for cash machines and optional daily, weekly and/or monthly limits for purchases.
If you can’t find your child’s nimbl card, don’t panic, it’s quick and simple to ‘lock’ the card until you find it again:
The nimbl card is now set to ‘locked’
To unlock, follow the same steps.
Oversee your child’s spending by viewing their statements online:
Log in at nimbl.com/login.
Select ‘nimbl card’ or ‘nimbl savings’ from besides your child’s profile.
Click ‘View Statements’.