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BARCLAYS MASTERCARD GOLD CREDIT CARD
Barclays Mastercard Gold Credit Card (Business Credit Card)Mastercard
        
Apply for a Barclaycard MasterCard Gold Credit Card online and you can take advantage of the features and benefits to help you stay onto of your business. A MasterCard Gold Card could be right for you if your expected gross income in the next 12 months is more than 10,000 and you need to simplify payments, manage your cash flow and receive flexible options when it comes to making purchases.
Advantages
1. You can take advantage of up to 56 days of interest-free credit, when your bill's paid in full and on time each month. You could pay by direct debit, with a choice of minimum or full payment, when your company statement arrives. Please be aware, though, that it takes longer to pay off debt, and you'll be charged more interest, if you only pay the minimum.
2. Online access to transactions and statements, helping you to keep a closer eye on your business expenses
3. Separate your business and personal spend
4. Set individual spending limits for each cardholder
Disadvantages
1. There is an annual fee of 32.
2. There is a fee of 32 per annum for each additional Gold Card.
Services
Chip & Pin: YesRebuild Credit: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 19.9%
Credit Limit: £10,000.00
Balance Tranfer Rate: 0%Balance Tranfer Period: N/A
New Purchase Rate: 15.2%New Purchase Period: 0
        

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