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It’s very simple. You can arrange a money transfer by heading to the ‘Account Management’ section of our mobile app or by logging into online banking.
You can borrow up to 95% of your available credit limit and the money will be in your bank account by the end of the next working day.
What is Reference mean?
Can you give us some more information on what you mean @Thanhthem1Where have you seen the word reference and we'll do our best to explain?
I am very sorry for the delay in replying. The fee would be dependent on the amount you choose to transfer. If you haven't already, give us a call on 0345 300 4278 (24/7) so that we can work this out for you
I have a money transfer offer on my credit card. It asked me to submit a bank accont, I filled in account holder name, sort code and account number but it also asks for reference and will not accept the account without it. What reference do they want?
Hi @testmaterials, when completing a money transfer to an individual’s bank account, there should be no requirement for a reference. Can I just check that it is indeed a money transfer you are completing and not a balance transfer, and that the transfer is going to an individual rather than a company for a bill payment?
I completed a money transfer (£2000) from my tesco credit card to my current account - found I was charged £60 to do this - I thought balance transfers were 0% and would not be charged - or I have I missed something?? thank you
Hi @JK If you do a balance transfer you will be charged a balance transfer fee. The fee is subject to the amount you transfer and also the type of Credit Card you have with us.
If your Credit Card is 0% on balance transfers, you will not be charged interest on the amount, until the offer has expired
I hope this helps
I am new to this. I got my foundation credit card and had the option to do a money transfer to my normal bank account which i did on sunday 26th Feb. When will this be in my bank account as the available balance is shown, so it has been processed but i was expecting it today in my account and i have checked all the account and all the details are correct
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