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Earn double Avios for the first 6 months on the Lloyds Bank Avios Rewards American Express Card
- Two credit cards - one account
- 1.25 Avios per £1 spent on the Amex, and 1.25 Avios per £5 spent on the MasterCard
- Double Avios for the first 6 months on the Lloyds Bank Avios Rewards American Express Card
- Flight upgrade voucher when your spend reaches £7,000 in a year
- No foreign transaction fees
A great low 3.8% APR representative on loans £7,500 to £15,000
- Peer-to-peer personal loan
- No early repayment fees or hidden charges
- Borrow from £1,000 to £25,000 for any purpose
- Spread repayments over a period of 1 to 5 years
Cashback on your household bills and interest on your balance
- 1% cashback on water, council tax and Santander mortgage payments (£1,000 max mortgage payment)
- 2% cashback on gas and electricity bills
- 3% cashback on mobile, home phone, broadband and paid for TV packages
- £500 minimum monthly deposit required
2.5% AER fixed rate on your savings for 3 years with United National Bank
- 2.5% AER 3 year fixed term savings account.
- Save from £2,000 to £1,000,000.
- Withdrawals or early closures are not permitted.
Trying to access your pension fund but facing high fees? The Government want to hear from you.
The number of people filing for bankruptcy is at the lowest level since 1990.
More than 92,000 people will be refunded or have their debts paid down following review.
The FCA have revealed their proposals to combat zombie accounts and get savers a better deal.
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