Halifax new credit card user-friendly but not cheap

Financial experts have admitted that Halifax’s new Clarity credit card is great for its simplicity and usability. However, they warned this piece of plastic is not the ideal option for those borrowers who need money long term.

Moneynet.co.uk gave a high appraisal of the Clarity’s easily comprehensible fees, without any sophisticated introductory offers and just one rate of interest for all financial operations.

Andrew Hagger, Moneynet, said it was encouraging to see the emergence of a good value user-friendly credit card from Halifax.

Yet, moneysupermarket.com warned that this card might not be beneficial for some categories of borrowers, especially those seeking a low rate on balance tranfers or those intending to borrow long term.


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