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- Sun Aug 05, 2018 1:28 pm
- Forum: Stoozing Credit Cards
- Topic: HSBC credit card £25 cashback
- Replies: 19
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it seems the £25 deal has come to an end.. i'm looking at BT deals this month, with c£20,000 to move from MBNA. HSBC/Nationwide/existing Barclaycard cashback are on the radar.
- Sat Aug 04, 2018 10:28 am
- Forum: Savings & Stooz Pots
- Topic: Friendly Society stoozepots
- Replies: 3
- Views: 3166
so your point is that you can use your pension pot as a fund to pass on to beneficiaries rather than buy insurance? i suppose the best solution is "do both". i find that Friendly Societies are useful in terms of generating DDs to satisfy current account requirements, and in the process bui...
- Thu Aug 02, 2018 11:48 am
- Forum: Deals & Tips
- Topic: Barclays "Double Cash Rewards" Switch
- Replies: 8
- Views: 1352
mmm.. maybe. tbf i always found them to be great CS-wise, but they closed my accounts a few years ago and i've had nothing to do with them since: other than banking cash/cheques for a supplier that has an account with them, and retaining my Barclaycard of course .
thank you sparkey, and agreed. using a Curve card to withdraw from a debit card obviously makes no sense if it's costing money.. have you been able to generate Amex cashback by withdrawing cash from your Amex card via Curve?
some interesting points here sparkey... i pay my Amex card by DD for the full balance. but you can definitely pay Amex using Curve, linked to, for example, a Barclaycard, and earn double cb, with no charges? `However the curve limits mean you can do this all the time. do you mean you can't do this a...