Guides

  • Credit Cards

    How to get help with credit card payments during coronavirus

    If you are in this situation, contact your bank or lender as soon as possible.
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    How to choose the right credit card

    Cards Choice Which credit card is best for you and your finances? Here’s the truth: although there are lots of different credit cards available, there…
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    Why use a purchase card?

    Let’s face it: sometimes, we all have things we need to buy. And sometimes, we wonder how we’re going to fund those things. Not many people know it’s…
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    How to Reclaim Credit Card Charges

    What Charges Can You Face? Aside from the interest charges you pay if you don't clear your balance in full each month there are two fees that you may…
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    How a Travel Credit Card Can Save You Money Abroad

    Why You Should Use a Credit Card Abroad There is simply no better way to spend when you are abroad than with a credit card. Here are five reasons why…
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    How to Protect Yourself from Credit Card Fraud

    Credit card fraud is a booming business. Thieves helped themselves to £388 million of other people's credit in 2012 alone. Fraudsters use a variety of…
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    Cut Your Interest with a Money Transfer Card

    What is a Money Transfer Card? If you’re paying a high interest rate on loans or overdrafts, a money transfer credit card can eliminate your interest…
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    Sections 75: Your Free Purchase Protection

    Section 75 gives you extra protection for any £100+ purchase (up to £30,000) and can save you thousands if something goes wrong. Read our guide and…
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    Dump Your Charity Credit Card

    At first glance a charity credit card can seem like a simple, low-effort way to regularly donate to charity, but this guide will show you how you can…
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    Getting Credit for the First Time

    If you are new to the country or young, you may struggle to get accepted for credit as you don't have any credit history.Read on to find out how you…
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    What to Do if Your Credit Card is Lost or Stolen

    Minimise the pain of a stolen or lost credit card by following our guide on who you need to inform, what you need to do, and how to make sure you don…
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    Making the Most of How to Use Your Credit Card

    Credit cards are powerful money-saving tools. Used correctly they can save you thousands of pounds in interest on your borrowing, make you money when…
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    8 Reasons Why You Need a Credit Card

    Remember when no one compared car insurance online? Amazingly when it comes to credit cards, the UK is still labouring in the past. Only a very small…
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    Getting the Most from Your Rewards Credit Card

    £500 billion is spent on plastic each year but well over 80% of that doesn't earn rewards. If you pay off your credit card balance in full each month…
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    Discover the Cards that Stop Credit Rejection

    If you have been rejected for a credit card, read this guide before applying again. There are credit cards designed for people with poor credit…
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    Spread Your Costs With a 0% Purchase Credit Card

    Planning a major purchase? A 0% purchase credit card is the cheapest way to borrow and (as with all credit cards) provides you with free extra…
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    Make the Most of a Combined Credit Card

    Combined credit cards offer interest-free deals on balance transfers and new purchases. Use one correctly and, for a period, you don't need to pay…
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    Earn Money with a Cashback Credit Card

    Credit cards aren't just a handy borrowing tool. Some of them can make you hundreds of pounds a year. Essentially, with a cashback credit card, you…
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    Save Money with a Balance Transfer Credit Card

    Save Money with a Balance Transfer Credit Card Balance transfers. The finance world talks about them like everyone knows what they are, like they’re…
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    Avoid the Minimum Repayments Trap

    If you only make the minimum repayments on your credit card, one holiday could end up taking you twenty years to pay off. Minimum repayments, are the…