Credit Card News
Just three in ten customers are aware that credit card companies operate personal pricing which means they may not get the rate advertised when they apply, according to research from Consumer Intelligence.
Travelex has launched a new prepaid travel money card that can carry up to seven currencies at any one time.
One in four (24%) Brits now uses a debit card more frequently than they did a year ago, with four in 10 shoppers preferring to use a debit card rather than carrying cash, according to research from M&S Bank.
With a reported 60 per cent increase in credit card usage during the first quarter of 2013 compared to the same period in 2012, card customers are cashing in with the cashback deals now available to them.
People running out of cash before pay day could be stacking up high interest by misjudging the way they use their credit cards and overdrafts as a backup, according to research from MoneySupermarket.com.
MBNA has improved its Everyday Credit Card, designed to offer eligible consumers an all-in-one solution to their everyday spending and debt consolidation needs.
MoneySupermarket warns shoppers to look beyond initial promotions when choosing a credit card in order to avoid falling into store and credit card traps.
Almost half of Britons are relying on credit cards to bridge the gap between paydays, according to new research from Quidco.
Sainsbury's Bank is launching two new credit cards offering the lowest standard interest rate available for purchases and balance transfers, a 7.8% APR representative variable, combined with two of the most attractive reward schemes in the marketplace.
For couples who don’t share a bank account, summer holiday budgets can be unnecessarily complicated. There are usually hotel, restaurant and miscellaneous bills to be settled, which can lead to awkward verbal wrangling as to who picks up the tab and a string of promises as to who will ‘get the next one’.
Saga Platinum Credit Card research shows that more than six million over 50s have a credit card, but the majority could be missing out on the best deals.
Over one in six (18 per cent or 9 million Brits) missed a payment for at least one bill in the last 12 months, potentially putting their financial future at risk by damaging their credit profile as a result, with credit cards coming out on top as the most missed payment, according to research from MoneySupermarket.
New research by Confused.com shows how little UK credit card owners really know about their own credit rating. One in four (27%) don't even know what the term credit rating stands for - a worrying statistic.
Rewards are the single most important factor when consumers are looking for a new credit card, consumer research commissioned by MBNA suggests.
The Co-operative Group is extending its contactless payment technology to almost 2,000 food stores across the UK.
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