Credit card provider MBNA have launched a new service which allows you to get updates on your credit card texted to your mobile phone.
Google has made its first official steps into the UK financial comparison market with the launch of a tool to compare credit card rates.
A survey has estimated that over a million households have used a credit card to pay for their mortgage or rent over the past year.
Kevin Mountford, head of banking at price comparison website moneysupermarket.com, gives his personal finance predictions for 2010.
We’ve already shown you how to destroy your credit and debit cards, and now we go to the other extreme, how to clean your debit and credit cards.
So you’ve decided to do away with the dreaded “sod-it” card, or your card has expired, and you need to throw it out without letting anyone get their hands on your data, how should you destroy your card?
I recently received an email about a new balance transfer deal on an MBNA credit card – normally I’d delete it without hesitation, but as this was a 13-month 0% deal, I thought I’d check it out in more detail.
Egg have announced some changes to their Egg Money credit card which may be of interest to their customers. From 15th May the card will become the “Egg Money World MasterCard”, but more importantly the card will stop paying interest on positive balances.
Stories of unbelievable credit card debts and stupid credit card mistakes.
If, like me, you’re an Egg Money credit card customer, you’ll probably be interested to know that from 1st September the interest rate on purchases is going up from a very competitive APR of 7.9% to 12.9% APR.