Persistent Debt with Natwest Credit Cards

If you have been paying the minimum payments to Natwest Credit Cards, you may have received a letter asking you to increase your monthly payment.

If you are concerned that you will be unable to increase to the minimum payment, it might be time to seek debt advice. Our advisors will carry out an initial assessment with you and recommend the most suitable services to get you debt free.

Many of our debt management customers have debts with Natwest Credit Cards and they are very responsive to freezing interest and charges, though they are not obliged to do so.

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Natwest Bank offer credit cards.Typical interest rates on credit cards are 9% and can be as much as 40% Apr.If you miss a payment or exceed your credit limit with Natwest you could incur high charges making credit cards a costly way to borrow.We often get interest and charges frozen with credit card companies meaning the reduced payments you make actually clear your debts quicker.

Creditor Information

Natwest Credit Cards,
Credit Card Operations ,
Po Box 5636,
Southend-on-Sea ,
SS99 1WJ,

Tel: 0870 333 9091
Tel: 0870 909 3712
Fax: 01702 278 304
http://www.natwest.com/personal/credit-cards.ashx

Facts & Figures

InControl deal with Natwest Credit Cards

Total debt under management:
£475,971.16
Total repaid:
£148,443.00
Average Balance:
£1,699.90
Average Payment:
£15.24

Know Your Rights

Companies such as Natwest Credit Cards should comply with the Rules and Guidance set out by the Financial Conduct Authority.

  • Natwest Credit Cards cannot refuse to deal with InControl as your appointed representative
  • If you appoint InControl, Natwest Credit Cards should NOT contact you if you have asked them to speak to us.
  • Natwest Credit Cards should NOT harass you by calling you frequently or making threatening statements or gestures.
  • Natwest Credit Cards should NOT pressure you into paying in full or in large instalments.