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applied for the 0% for 6 months on card purchases. All my statements said 0% until June 2009 statement. Received Jun 09 statement and it state due date for payment is 15th july 2009, and estimated interest will be charged on the next statement. i paid the full balance on 13th July before the due date and just receive a statement saying that they have charged interest on it.

Is this correct, as it is my understanding that if you make the payment in full before the due date there is no interest charged?

I have phoned their customer service unit and they are completely hopeless and admit that the credit card statements are not straight forward, but will not remove the interest which I am confident should not have been charged.

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Don't bother phoning MBNA their telephone operatives are useless I would advise that you write a letter of complaint.

 

Andy

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