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Credit cards & loans

Credit card confusion: shoppers losing out on refund rights

Ripped-off shoppers seeking a refund from their credit card company are being let down by an antiquated piece of consumer protection law, a Which? Money investigation has found. Section 75...

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No more surcharges: UK bans credit and debit card fees

The days of paying a hefty fee simply for paying by credit or debit card will soon be over, as the government has announced plans to ban card surcharges in...

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Most popular credit cards of 2017 revealed

Credit cards from Saga and Barclaycard were among the most viewed deals on Which? Money Compare in the first six months of 2017. Cards offering cashback, rewards and and fee-free overseas spending...

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Complaints

Britain’s debt problems revealed: credit complaints soar by 90%

Complaints about debts and payday loans have rocketed over the past year, as Brits increasingly rely on credit to finance their spending, the Financial Ombudsman Service has warned. Complaints against payday...

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Barclaycard American Express customers to lose 1% cashback deal

Almost half-a-million Barclaycard customers will see their Amex replaced with a new card offering only half as much cashback. It has written to customers informing them they will be moved...

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Warning: fraudsters are impersonating credit card firms in new text scam

If you receive an unsolicited text message from your credit card provider, think twice before hitting reply – it might be a scam, the police’s fraud bureau has warned. ActionFraud has issued...

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Can you beat the Great British Money Quiz?

How much do you really know about money? Could you tell us what the current Isa allowance is or how much of your savings would be protected if your bank...

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General election: is now the time to exchange your holiday money?

The pound is currently enjoying a six month high, following the announcement of the snap election on June 8. But holidaymakers are facing a dilemma – do you cash in on this...

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The top credit cards for 0% on purchases available today

There’s never been a better time to enjoy interest-free spending than in today’s credit card market.  The longest deals last for two-and-a-half years, and many come with bonus schemes and...

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Credit card debt strugglers could save £13bn in fees and interest

People struggling with credit card debt could save as much as £13bn in fees, thanks to new rules proposed by the financial watchdog today. The Financial Conduct Authority has found...

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