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AdvantagesYou don't need to carry cash!

DisadvantagesMany places don't accept it!

...I was reading my guestbook when I noticed a note from lilkayb telling me to get writing, so here goes: ::::VISA ELECTRON CARD:::: I have had an account at Lloyds TSB since I was about eleven years old, this was then known as a Young Savers Account, When you get to 16, it changes to a Current Account. All I had to go with the account was a paying in book and a cashpoint card. When I was...

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AdvantagesQuick, cheap and less fuss than before

DisadvantagesSome problems making the payments.

...Happy Independence Day The 15th of August 1947 was a big day for India when they finally won their independence from Britain. On the 15th of August 2015 the Indian government granted British holidaymakers a long awaited and much anticipated Independence Day gift. They finally added the UK to the list of nations eligible to use the Indian e-Tourist Visa system. The change has been a very...

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“.:: Visa Electron ::.”

published 16/07/2005

AdvantagesUse abroad and in UK, accepted in most retail outlets

DisadvantagesNot many online retailers accept

...Yep, now at the age of 11 you can claim your own debit card from both Natwest (Solo) and Barclays (Visa Electron). As usual with most banks you get a cash point card, but it is not to useful if you want to use it abroad. So, eventually I got myself an Electron one, and found it extremely handy. Virtually every shop in Europe will accept Electron and most high street shops too. This is because...

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