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RBS BLACK CREDIT CARD
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This is RBS's premium card for for high net customers - 75k or thereabouts minimum annual income, and for over 25s only. You get a minimum 15,000 credit limit. There is a 250 annual fee. But you get access to over 1,300 benefits including travel insurance, breakdown cover, home emergency cover, airport lounge access and 24/7 personal advisor. 51.8% APR is very high BUT this is compliant with Consumer Credit Act regulations and is calculated with 1,500 limit coupled with the 250 fixed annual card fee distorts the advertised APR. Annual interest rate is actually 12.4%.
Advantages
Personal assistant ready to help 24 hours a day
Airport lounge access with Priority Pass
Travel insurance for all the family
15,000 minimum credit limit
Disadvantages
51.8% APR is very high BUT this is compliant with Consumer Credit Act regulations and is calculated with 1,500 limit coupled with the 250 fixed annual card fee distorts the advertised APR. Annual interest rate is actually 12.4%
Services
Chip & Pin: YesRebuild Credit: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 51.8%
Credit Limit: £100,000.00
Balance Tranfer Rate: 13.15%Balance Tranfer Period: N/A
New Purchase Rate: 13.15%New Purchase Period: N/A
        
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RBS Black Credit Card (Which Way To Pay - 8/6/2009)
RBS Black Credit Card is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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