Excellent! Thanks for your help(Original post by Operane)
There's a drop-down box, just click 'Student' rather than employed. Select household income as £0-£10,000 (as your loans count as income and are between these brackets). Make sure you use your home address and not your university halls (or equivalent address) as you are more likely to be on the electoral role at your own home.
£500 NatWest Student account credit card maxed out... Watch
- 30-12-2010 20:43
- 04-01-2011 00:49
(Original post by audacityofhuge)
- 04-01-2011 00:53
Hi.. I pretty much maxed out my £500 credit card with my NatWest Student Account and am now working full-time at minimum wage, so with rent and everything else I don't get that much ££ to put back onto the card bar the minimum DD payment and the interest. Is it possible to get "shift" that credit card to a different bank to get a better deal in terms of interest and stuff? Credit cards always confuse me for some reason!
edit: These are the details of what I have now: http://www.natwest.com/downloads/per...nt_summary.pdf
- 04-01-2011 13:17
To be honest, £500 sounds like a rather low credit limit.... Mine's £2000 and my friend's on £5000! I have a part time job and they don't have a part time job! Both final year students so I don't know how that works..