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Anyone looking for a credit card that has proven its merit would do well to browse the latest Moneyfacts Star Ratings list. Today's worthy companies encompass the best of what the credit card market has to offer when it comes to regular credit cards as well as credit repair cards and charge cards.
After careful assessment, looking at those features – outside of the headline rates and interest-free deals – that are deemed the most relevant to credit card customers, Moneyfacts' experts have picked out the cards that deserve a Moneyfacts Star Rating of four or five. This should help consumers choose with confidence the credit card that best suits their needs in terms of ongoing quality.
"With competition slowing in the market for the longest 0% deals and lowest rates, customers may be tempted to focus on the additional benefits on offer," commented Samantha Owens, Star Ratings & Personal Finance Analytics Manager at Moneyfacts. "The Moneyfacts Star Ratings look at the functionality, benefits and incentives on all cards in today's market, highlighting those products that offer the widest range of features, helping customers find the offer that will be most rewarding in the long run."
So, if you're in the market for a new credit card, why not look through the list of providers and cards that have received Moneyfacts Star Ratings of four or five below. Alternatively, you could take a peek at the credit card Best Buys to see who's offering the best deal at the moment.
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||Coutts & Co
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