Credit cards equal free money, right? Wrong. If that’s what you think, you better read our 10 tips for using your plastic like a sensible grown up.
A piece of legislation called Section 75 gives shoppers extra insurance when making important purchases – provided they use their credit cards to pay.
Credit cards, if handled irresponsibly, can end up costing consumers unnecessarily. To avoid the potential pitfalls, here are seven sins you would do well to steer clear of.
From credit ratings to cashback, credit card jargon can often seem baffling. So to help you understand your plastic a little better, here are the answers to 10 frequently asked questions.
Confused about credit cards? We’ve put together 10 facts to enlighten you about your plastic.
Getting your first credit card isn’t always easy, so we've got some tips on what to do to improve your chances.
If you enjoy an early morning dip in a pool filled with your own money, then you may be in the market for one these credit cards.
Balance-transfer credit cards now offer people looking to shift their debt up to 36-months interest-free. But longer isn’t always better, as we explain.
Credit card repayments too expensive? Now may be the ideal time to transfer your debt thanks to some highly competitive interest-free deals.
Whether brand new or secondhand, buying a car can be expensive so you need to find the most cost-effective way of funding the purchase.
Compare cards for anything from balance transfers to credit cards for people with bad credit.
Find the right travel insurance for a city break, your summer holiday or even a global adventure.
Compare travel insurance
Our free Credit Card Matcher tool is easy to use and it can really help find the best card for you
Find my card
© Copyright 2008 - 2015 Confused.com. All rights reserved.
3rd Floor, Greyfriars House, Greyfriars Road,
Confused.com is a trading name of Inspop.com Limited and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority