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Nationwide and Sainsbury's bank to slash the credit card perks they offer to shoppers - This is Money

This is MoneyNationwide and Sainsbury's bank to slash the credit card perks they offer to shoppersThis is MoneyThe so-called interchange fee — which banks charge retailers — was capped at 0.3 pc for credit cards in 2015. Nationwide says its Select card will continue to be commission-free when used for transactions abroad. A Sainsbury's Bank spokesman says: ...and more »14-11-2017

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Nationwide and Sainsbury's bank to slash the credit card perks they offer to shoppers
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The so-called interchange fee — which banks charge retailers — was capped at 0.3 pc for credit cards in 2015. Nationwide says its Select card will continue to be commission-free when used for transactions abroad. A Sainsbury's Bank spokesman says: ...

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