Commuters at London’s Victoria Station given FREE MONEY on plants

October 3, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

This heart-warming video shows the bemused reaction of commuters – when they are given free MONEY TREES at one of Britain’s busiest train stations.

Commuters travelling through London’s Victoria station were handed free plants with a £10 note attached to bring a smile to their faces.

Passers-by are seen gawping with disbelief when a market trader on a horticultural stand hands them the cash-laden plants.

The handout was organised by peer-to-peer lending firm Zopa to encourage people to start saving.

A recent study revealed that a third of Brits do not have any form of saving, with 15 million people making little or no effort to save each month.

A woman at Victoria Station receives a free plant with £10 attached to it

A woman at Victoria Station receives a free plant with £10 attached to it

The free money on the plants

The free money on the plants

Giles Andrews, CEO and Co-founder of Zopa said: “With the money trees we wanted to put a smile on the faces of busy commuters.

“It is not every day you encounter someone wanting to give you money on your way to work.

“The money tree campaign is all about encouraging Brits to plant a seed with Zopa and watch their money grow.”

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