Protection when buying with Debit or Credit Cards

In the UK – their Consumer Credit Act  (Section 75) specifies that a credit card provider is jointly liable with the retailer for goods bought with a credit card (Priced between £100 and £30,000.) So in the UK – any problems with faulty purchases or goods not received must be refunded by the credit card […]
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Comparison of Prepaid Debit Cards Ireland

It is possible to get  Prepaid  Debit cards in Ireland .  These cards are not linked to a bank accounts and can be used at the majority of online shops and high street stores – in the same way as Credit Cards and normal Debit Cards . A prepaid card is a payment card that […]
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Debit Card Fees and Surcharges

In the UK it is estimated that consumers are being charged as much as £265,000 a day on debit card charges when booking flights online. (In July and August this year it is estimated that online flight bookings cost UK consumers £18 million in debit card fees. There are no figures for Ireland – but […]
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Ryanair to Accept Laser cards

Ryanair to accept Laser card payments Ryanair, announced on 22nd Dec 09 that they will begin accepting Laser card payments from January 31st 2010. MasterCard Prepaid will remain Ryanair’s free form of payment while other payment methods, including Laser, are subject to €5 administration charges per person per one way flight. See more details of […]
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