Marbles Credit Card Review | www.marbles.com

Marbles Credit CardThe Marbles credit card was launched in May 2015. It had previously been available in another form through HSBC, but an acquisition was agreed with the leading bank in 2007 for MarblesTM. This was not the only acquisition from NewDay Ltd who purchased the Citi Card from Citibank Financial more recently in 2010. They turned this project into Opus, but they are no longer taking applications. You can either apply for this featured product headlined at www.marbles.com or you can head to NewDay’s core line of cards known as Aqua. The starting rate there is 34.9%, but through Advance you can get this rate down to 19.9% after 3 years.

The standard APR sits lower here at 33.8%, but this will be fixed. To qualify for this MasterCard, those with a low score can see acceptance, but they won’t consider those who have had a CCJ in the past 12 months. They also turn away those who have been made bankrupt within 18 months. Cards are received within 2 weeks once approved. The limit will be set between £250 and £1200 with such limits being reviewed every 3 months. All customers can keep track of their spendings through the Marbles credit card login. The button for this is seen at www.marbles.com, but on clicking this you’ll be taken to an outside domain.

The popularity of this brand has been growing impressively since launch. You will see it listed on leading comparison sites that would have helped to raise consumer interest. It doesn’t appear likely though that they’ll be giving it as much attention as Aqua who have received plenty of aggressive TV and web ad campaigning. The aim on that side is very much to close the gap between themselves and the majors. Through this particular service they have started well at that 33.8% rate that beats Capital One’s Classic at 34.9%. Customer support is provided 7/7 days here. The times are Monday to Friday (8am/9pm), Saturday (9am/5pm) and Sunday (10am/6pm).

Marbles @ 33.8% APR
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