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Martin Lewis Saving Expert: YOU may be charged more than £1137 on bills despite new rules - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukMartin Lewis Saving Expert: YOU may be charged more than £1137 on bills despite new rulesExpress.co.ukHe said: “Anyone paying interest on existing credit or store cards needs to sit up and take note.” Martin revealed that until Friday Britons can get up to 32 months at 0 per cent with HSBC. He said: “Anyone paying interest on existing credit or store ...09-11-2018

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Martin Lewis Saving Expert: YOU may be charged more than £1137 on bills despite new rules
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He said: “Anyone paying interest on existing credit or store cards needs to sit up and take note.” Martin revealed that until Friday Britons can get up to 32 months at 0 per cent with HSBC. He said: “Anyone paying interest on existing credit or store ...

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