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NatWest Clear Rate Platinum Credit Card MasterCard

NatWest Clear Rate Platinum Credit Card MasterCard

NatWest Clear Rate Platinum Credit Card MasterCard

  • 6.9% flat rate for balance transfers and purchases
  • No balance transfer fees or 0% introductory periods that end
  • £24 annual fee
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11.1% APR
Representative (variable)
Can I get this card?
?
To get this card you must at least:
  • be a permanent UK resident
  • be 18 or older
  • have an income of £10,000 or more
  • have a good credit rating

Additional criteria for acceptance from the lender may apply.

Representative example: When you spend £1,200 at a rate of 6.9% (variable) per annum, with a £24 annual fee, your representative APR is 11.1% APR (variable)
NatWest Reward Credit Card

NatWest Reward Credit Card

NatWest Reward Credit Card

  • Limited offer - 0.5% on other purchases plus 1% if you use contactless until 31 June 2016
  • 1% in all supermarkets (0.5% at their petrol stations)
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23.7% APR
Representative (variable)
Can I get this card?
?
To get this card you must at least:
  • be a permanent UK resident
  • be 18 or older
  • have an income of £10,000 or more
  • have a good credit rating

Additional criteria for acceptance from the lender may apply.

Representative example: When you spend £1,200 at a rate of 18.9% (variable) per annum, with a £24 annual fee, your representative APR is 23.7% APR (variable)

NatWest credit cards

Natwest is one of the UK’s oldest banks and a well-established name in retail banking. The bank was formed when National Provincial Bank, which was established in 1833, and Westminster Bank, which was established in 1836, merged in 1970. The two came together to create National Westminster Bank, which then become NatWest as they are known today.

In March 2000, some 30 years after Natwest started retail banking, the Royal Bank of Scotland Group purchased the company for £21 billion. At the time this was the biggest takeover in British banking history.

The takeover created Natwest/RBS, which is one of the world’s largest financial services groups and the second largest bank in the UK and Europe after HSBC. The takeover led to an estimated 18,000 job losses as services were consolidated, but the Natwest brand and banking license have been retained.

In 2008 the Government acquired a 58% stake in the RBS group, including Natwest, in a controversial move designed to prevent the group from failing. This was followed by RBS announcing the sale of its bank branches in 2009 to a separate consortium.

The Natwest brand delivers a range of banking services in the realms of personal, business and commercial banking, including credit cards, mortgages, insurance and loans.

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