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April 16, 2012


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A Facebook User

Have I remembered this wrong or wasn't Barclaysquare actually some sort of Accenture thing?

Merchant Account

Barclaycard Ring is a very good credit card, whatever one may think of its social media side. Not even a deluge of embarrassingly dumb tweets or sponsored posts can in any way affect its rates and fees. On the positive side, the issuer's commitment to be publishing its financial statements on the Ring website for everyone to see will make it much harder to hide any revenues from hidden fees. So we have a card issuer that is offering a great product and is being unprecedentedly transparent. I think that's great.

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