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Barclaycard reduces credit card spending limits – your rights if you’ve been affected

Barclaycard reduces credit card spending limits – your rights if you’ve been affected

Barclaycard is slashing customers' credit card spending limits - some by over 90%. We explain your rights and how to protect your credit score.

Barclaycard to impose higher minimum charges on credit cards to clear persistent debt

Barclaycard to impose higher minimum charges on credit cards to clear persistent debt

Barclaycard has made a raft of changes to its terms and conditions including hiking minimum payments. Here, Which? explains how the changes could affect you.

Barclaycard apologises for setting wrong credit card limits – is yours too high?

Barclaycard apologises for setting wrong credit card limits – is yours too high?

Find out what effects a large credit card limit can have on your credit score, and how to make sure you're offered the right amount of credit for your circumstances.

Barclaycard scraps free spending overseas on credit card: will you be affected?

Barclaycard scraps free spending overseas on credit card: will you be affected?

The Barclaycard Platinum Cashback Plus credit card will no longer offer fee-free spending and cash withdrawals abroad. Find out which cards are best to take abroad.

Costa Coffee launches first-ever contactless payment reusable cup

Costa Coffee launches first-ever contactless payment reusable cup

Costa Coffee has launched the UK's first ever reusable cup that allows you to mack contactless payments. Find out how it works and if it's worth the investment.

Barclaycard launches new cashback credit card – is it any good?

Barclaycard launches new cashback credit card – is it any good?

Barclaycard has launched a new cashback credit card paying a flat rate of 0.25% on purchases for over five years. Can it save you money on your Christmas spending?

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