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Wright Express bids for Retail Decisions - paper
7 Jul 2006 source: today.reuters.co.uk

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S.-based gasoline credit card operator Wright Express (WXS.N: Quote, Profile, Research) has entered the bid battle for Retail Decisions (RTD.L: Quote, Profile, Research) , the Daily Telegraph said on Friday. Retail Decisions said earlier this week that one of its suitors had improved their offer, while a number of other bidders had also entered the fray. The newspaper quote ...


Barclaycard Credit Card hits back after criticism
6 Jul 2006 source: moneynews.co.uk

Thu 6th Jul 2006 A uSwich.com survey published recently suggested customer were not satisfied with the service provided by their Barclaycard Credit Card, but the company has spoken out in response. Credit card providers were rated form best to worst by uSwitch.com and Barclaycard was rated as the worst of all. An overall satisfaction level of 46 per cent was recorded for Barclaycard aft ...


The Bank of Scotland One Card credit card is set for launch
6 Jul 2006 source: moneynews.co.uk

Thu 6th Jul 2006 An offer of zero per cent on balance transfers and purchases for nine months will be offered on the latest credit card product due for release by the Bank of Scotland. The new Bank of Scotland One Card credit card will be officially launched on Monday 10th July and will have a typical APR of 9.9 per cent. Customers will be covered against online fraud when making purcha ...


Hidden cost of card cheques
6 Jul 2006 source: thisismoney.co.uk

James Coney, Daily Mail6 July 2006 CREDIT card users are being urged to resist temptation and ignore the rash of unexpected blank cheques arriving through the post. WANT TO KNOW MORE? BLOG: 'Credit card cheques are evil' YOUR VIEWS: 'Credit card cheques' OTHER STORIES Nationwide tops credit card poll Cashback for 'good' borrowers New on the market Borrowers miss out on loyalty  ...


Some Canadians would bet mortgage in poker hand
5 Jul 2006 source: today.reuters.co.uk

TORONTO (Reuters) - Large numbers of Canadians would make a double-or-nothing bet on a big-ticket item like credit card debt, while 18 percent would gamble on their mortgage, according to a survey conducted for a gaming Web site. The survey of 1,027 Canadians showed that 45 percent would place a bet on a poker hand that would either wipe out their credit card debt or double it. But only ...


New Goldfish Credit Card offer introduced
5 Jul 2006 source: moneynews.co.uk

Wed 5th Jul 2006 Customers can now benefit from a new credit card reward scheme offer from Goldfish, it has been announced. On taking up the new credit card users can earn double Goldfish points - two points for every pound spent on the card. Goldfish Credit Card company was recently added to the Morgan Stanley credit card portfolio and under the new scheme every £1,500 spent equa ...


Nationwide tops credit card poll
5 Jul 2006 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Sascha Hutchinson, This is Money5 July 2006 NATIONWIDE customers are the happiest, and Barclaycard customers the least content, when it comes to the service offered by their credit card provider. MOST SATISFIED: Overall, Nationwide customers are the happiest when it comes to the service provided by the building society WANT TO KNOW MORE? DEAL FINDER: Credit cards OTHER STORIES Thames escapes leakage fine Barclaycard rate rise anger Market report: Tuesday close B ...


Borrowers miss out on loyalty millions
5 Jul 2006 source: thisismoney.co.uk

This is Money5 July 2006 CONSUMERS are collectively wasting £125m a year by failing to redeem rewards earned through credit card and store loyalty schemes, according to a new survey. POINTS MEAN PRIZES: Denise Van Outen at a promotion for the Amex Nectar loyalty card WANT TO KNOW MORE? BLOG: Credit card tips TIPS: Best cashback cards CALCULATOR: Find out how much you could earn with a cashback card CHAT: Talk about the best cashback and loyalty card schemes OTHER ...

 

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