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    Aqua transferring to Progressive Credit Ltd
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    • 27th Jan 12, 11:04 AM
    Aqua transferring to Progressive Credit Ltd 27th Jan 12 at 11:04 AM

    I've had a letter this morning telling me that my Aqua credit card agreement will be transferring to Progressive Credit Ltd as of 1st March 2012. They say in their letter and the online FAQ that only the credit agreement is changing, the details e.g. credit limit, APR, direct debt is staying the same.

    Doing a bit of trawling, I understand that Progressive also took over marbles and Citibank cards. As I clear the balance every month and have just been accepted for a main stream credit card, I was going to hold the Aqua in reserve. Is this worth doing if Progressive are in charge or shall I dump it?

    Opinions welcome.

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