Customers urged to ignore loophole claims

<!– The Office of Fair Trading is asking credit card holders to ignore claims their debt can be written off using loopholes in the law. It follows a case at the High Court, which ruled lenders do not need to produce the original claim agreement if asked, just the correct information. The OFT have now issued draft guidance, which asks customers to pay off loan and credit card debts they have…

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Holiday spending habits changing

More than half of British people choose cash when paying for things on holiday. New research from Santander’s leading to concerns travellers are risking their safety while abroad, when they could be using a prepaid travel money card, or take advantage of special deals. Most Travel money cards don’t charge a transaction fee or ATM charge, unlike most ordinary credit or debit cards, which typically incur a 2.75 per cent foreign exchange fee. Santander’s Zero Current Account also doesn’t charge for withdrawals from any of their ATMs around the world. Meanwhile…

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Do bank deals keep you loyal?

Staying loyal could save you money as the big banks strive to become one stop shops, while fighting the growing threat of the supermarkets. It’s reported Santander and Halifax have joined the likes of Nationwide in the recent trend of trying to keep current account customers happy by offering special rates on other products. Nationwide offers its FlexAccount customers rewards such as a market leading 7.6 per cent on personal loans. Halifax offers discounted mortgage rates and Santander a zero per cent credit card. Research by Sainsbury’s claims that…

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Using an emergency credit card

<!– You may use your credit card on a daily basis or you might be a person who just keeps it in case you need to use it in an emergency. If the latter is the case for you then one industry expert has outlined some words of advice about using an emergency credit card. In some cases, companies can cancel unused credit cards, so it’s best not to leave using it to…

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Hotspots for credit card fraud named

The average credit card fraud victim loses more than £650. That’s according to the CPP’s annual card fraud study which claims that London is the worst place affected with incidences increasing by 10 per cent in the last year. This means that nearly four in ten Londoners have been affected by the crime, with Cardiff residents being second most affected. Credit card fraud experts Kerry D’Souza says “The dramatic increase in card fraud shows no sign of abating which isn’t surprising given the desperate measures some…

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