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MBNA Platinum Dual Credit Card (Credit Card)Mastercard
The MBNA Platinum Dual Credit Card is ideal for those who have a balance transfer and for those looking for a promotional rate on card purchases, both in one card. You can keep your finances simple with one rate.
1. 0% on balance transfers for 12 months from account opening date (3% handling fee.) For this great rate simply transfer your balance within the first 90 days of opening your account.
2. 0% on all your card purchases for 12 months from the date your account is opened.
3. 0% on money transfers from your credit card to your current account for 10 months from account opening date (4% handling fee.) Remember for this great rate you need to transfer money within the first 90 days of opening your account and you can use this money for whatever you choose.
4. Online Banking: This account is set up with paperless statements. To access your statement simply enrol with our Online Banking service, where you'll also be able to check your balance, transaction history, view your pin, manage your direct debits/balance transfers and much more
5. Fraud Protection: You will not be liable for fraudulent transactions online or on the high street, providing you tell us as soon as you notice any unusual transactions
1. APR is 16.9%
Chip & Pin: YesRebuild Credit: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 16.9%
Balance Tranfer Rate: 0%Balance Tranfer Period: 12 months
New Purchase Rate: 0%New Purchase Period: 12 months

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