Xinja tales:
sporty Tim

Xinja tales: sporty Tim

We like to understand what really makes our customers tick. Often they tell us their stories, which can be quirky and unexpected. We thought it would be fun to share. Introducing sporty Tim. 

If sky’s the limit xinja would: “make the banking sector more accessible to people with disabilities and daily living challenges.” – Tim

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Out of work, I’m into all things extreme & sporty! Mountain biking, snow skiing, race car driving (Pitt crew), wakeboarding, surfing, indoor skydiving, random handstands, the occasional acrobatics & trapeze class. In work, I provide disabled people with equipment that enables them to live a more normal and enriched life and do everyday things we take for granted! (Like Race Runners)

Tell us something unexpected about you?

I’m a twin. When I was younger I was often mistaken for my brother by attractive females on nights out.

In one sentence, how would you describe your relationship with money?

Cautious… but I thoroughly enjoy spending it.

Confession time: what do you waste money on?

Toys! Sporting equipment, car parts, ski gear, gym gear. I’m basically a rich 10 year old.

Halo time: what’s the best thing you’ve spent money on?

Investing it back into my company to continue enriching the lives of disabled kids! Easily the best.

How did you find out about xinja? Why did you choose xinja?

Word of Mouth and I love it! I’ve used Xinja on all my travels,

If sky’s the limit, what would xinja create?

Make the banking sector more accessible to people with disabilities and daily living challenges.

Personalisation matters to us. What are little touches that would make your day?

Maybe the ability to separate my money into stashes… like ‘Play Money’ and ‘Adulting’.

Describe yourself in a hashtag

#dontsaynotoadventure

 

If you’d like to share your xinja story email [email protected] with the subject #xinjatales

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