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Aqua's new credit cards can give customers a second chance at credit


A bad past experience with credit doesn't have to put customers off any longer thanks to a new range of market changing credit cards introduced by aqua, one of the UK’s leading credit card suppliers.

Aqua credit cards have helped over 150,000 so far

Many people suffering from the consequences of a poor credit history have been turned down for credit by High Street Banks. However, aqua firmly believe that many of these people are actually creditworthy. With a more flexible attitude to credit, aqua can offer credit cards for bad credit to people who may have had poor experiences with a credit card in the past.

In fact, aqua have helped over 150,000 people improve their financial situation and are poised to help many more thanks to the launch of their new credit cards for bad credit.

New credit cards for bad credit from aqua mean customers could improve their credit rating

Aqua Advance sets out to promote sensible credit card use in order to improve customers’ credit ratings. By offering a reward of a five per cent rate reduction annually for the first three years upon opening the account if payments are met, users are encouraged to get into good habits from the outset. The aqua Reward credit card follows the same philosophy, offering an incentive in the form of three per cent cashback annually, provided that the customer has not broken the terms and conditions of the card.

Responsible usage is further reinforced through a free SMS service provided by aqua. Sent reminders about payment dates and warnings when nearing their credit limit, customers can use their card without worrying about missing payments and have the ability to improve their credit rating at the same time. With so many incentives from a responsible lender, it’s hard to see a reason not to use one of aqua’s credit cards for bad credit.

Representative 34.9 per cent APR  (variable).