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Nutmeg now lets customers top up accounts through Google and Apple Pay

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Nutmeg customers are now able to top up their ISA, Lifetime ISA and general investment accounts via Apple Pay and Google Pay.

The digital wealth management firm said it has developed a simpler payment process and increased security to make it possible for customers to contribute to their accounts via an app on their phone.

Nutmeg says 55 per cent of payments have been made via its Android and Apple apps over the last three months.

The firm claims to be the first digital wealth manager in the UK to offer customers the ability to contribute to their investments via Apple or Google pay.

Casey Lord, head of product at Nutmeg, said: “We know customers want their investments to be as tech-enabled and convenient as other aspects of their life, so it’s important to us that we continue to lead the industry by being the first to add new features like Apple Pay and Google Pay.”

Customers can top up between £10 and £50,000.

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