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Specialist overseas credit cards give you the best deal when you're spending abroad, but are they all the same?
Shoppers will be able to use fingerprint authenticated bank cards to pay for shopping from next year
700,000 Barclaycard customers with a cashback credit card will be moved to a new deal in May
Thousands have been left worried where they stand after the store went into administration, but you've got legal rights
Stores will remain open but it is unclear what happens to customers with gift cards and undelivered orders
Certificates will tell travellers if their holiday is financially protected by the Atol scheme from next week
Plans for a new payment system allowing people to use their mobile phone as a "digital wallet" were outlined today
Passengers booking a Ryanair flight can only avoid an admin fee by getting the airline's own card from today
Ryanair will make it even harder to avoid fees by only waiving the £12 charge for passengers with the airline's plastic
Consumers may face losing their cash if they have unfulfilled orders with brands that have gone into administration
Customers who have unfulfilled orders with Focus DIY could face losing their cash due to the group's financial woes
The supermarket giant will stop levying its own, expensive exchange rate, which can add close to 2% to costs