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Some credit card users STILL charged fees after ban

A number of firms and councils have been charging fees for credit card payments after they were banned

Credit and debit card charges banned from Saturday - what you need to know

You should no longer be charged a fee for opting to pay by credit or debit card – but admin fees are still allowed

Monarch ditches credit card booking fees

Three weeks after Virgin Atlantic ended its 1.5% charge on flights, Monarch says it will scrap its 3% fee

Shoppers to be able to split credit card payments at the till – but you may end up paying a packet

Card payment machines in shops will give credit card-holders the option of paying for items in instalments

John Lewis credit card-holders struggle to resolve payment issues after website outage

Customers say they are still battling to get through to the retailer as problems enter their third week

Tesco to slash rewards points for 2.8m credit card users

Nearly three million Tesco credit card users will lose out from a cap on the fees card firms charge retailers

'Free' case of wine with Virgin Money credit cards

New Virgin Money credit card customers can get a free case of wine worth £55 for a limited time only

RBS axes its YourPoints credit card reward scheme: Are you hit?

RBS has revealed it's scrapping its YourPoints credit card reward scheme as a result of a cap on interchange fees

Capital One axes cardholder cashback. Are you hit?

Capital One is completely axing cashback for some of its cardholders and reducing the amount others can earn from 1 June

Debit cards worse than credit cards for summer holidays

On a family holiday spending of £1,000 some will unwittingly lose out by £90, just because of which plastic they choose

EU proposes card charges shake-up but will fees rise?

New European proposals aimed at cutting the cost of using debit and credit cards have been announced

Credit and debit card fee clampdown begins

Firms will no longer be able to charge excessive credit and debit card fees when new rules come into force tomorrow

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