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Best Ways to Use Your Debit Card

29th December 2019

Whether we like it not, cash is just not in fashion anymore. Everything is paid for by card, contactless or Apple pay. It’s easy and quick and you don’t have worry about carrying your wallet around all day. With card transactions becoming more secure, and banks monitoring your spending to flag unusual purchases, card payments can also be safer than carrying cash. But it doesn’t mean a total write off for other means of spending, and below we’ll discuss the best ways to use your debit card, and when not to use a debit card.

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WARNING: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk

How much would you like to borrow:

£100
£400

How long do you need the money for?

1 day
35 days
Your repayment date is:
Total amount to be repaid:
£ 363.97
Annual percentage rate:
2573 % APR

Representative Example: £175 loan for 19 days at a fixed interest rate of 290% pa. Total amount payable is £201.42 in one single repayment. This is based on the amount of credit plus interest, no other fees apply. Representative 1390% APR

Representative Example: £250 loan for 3 months at a fixed interest rate of 290% pa. Total amount payable is £359.01 in three monthly repayments of £119.67. This is based on the amount of credit plus interest, no other fees apply. Representative 1238% APR


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