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MBNA credit card customers wrongly chased for 'overdue' bills after agreeing payment holidays
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MBNA credit card customers who agreed a payment holiday because they are struggling due to coronavirus have been mistakenly sent text messages chasing 'overdue' payment. But if you're received one of these texts you can safely ignore it - so long as you're sure your payment holiday has been confirmed.