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NatWest cuts credit card interest rate

NatWest has cut the interest rate on its standard MasterCard and Visa card to 18.9 per cent, scrapping the card fee for every customer and offering a new introductory rate of 11.9 per cent for new customers.


NatWest is the first high street bank to scrap fees. The change will take effect from 1 October 1999.


Head of Personal Cards Jeremy Nicholds says: &#34We now offer one of the best deals in the market.&#34

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