Which? guideBest Rate cash Isas
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Which? Recommended Providers
|Provider||Which? verdict||Customer score||Find out more|
|John Lewis/Waitrose Partnership||Good reward scheme for John Lewis and Waitrose customers. Consistently rated as excellent in our customer satisfaction surveys.||79%||John Lewis credit cards|
|Marks and Spencer Bank||Market leading 0% deal on new purchases and a good reward scheme if you shop at M&S frequently.||69%||Marks and Spencer Bank credit cards|
|Post Office||Charges no foreign loading fees on its credit cards for use abroad, however has a average APR and 0% balance transfer deal.||68%||Post Office credit cards|
|First Direct||Cards are only available for First Direct customers. Rated excellent across many aspects of customer service.||66%||First Direct credit cards|
|Insurer||New customer maximum age||Customer score||Which? policy score||Total score|
|John Lewis Insurance||99||73%||79%||76%|
|Nationwide BS||No limit||70%||80%||75%|
|Provider||Customer score||Building policy score||Content policy score||Total score|
|John Lewis Insurance||72%||73%||70%||72%|
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