MSE News: Nectar offering new points boost if you connect your payment plastic to it

Loyalty giant Nectar has launched a new scheme which allows you to link your account to a debit or credit card and earn bonus points spending at selected partners, such as Costa Coffee, Just Eat and Interflora.

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'New Nectar points boost if you connect your payment plastic to it - earn up to 30 points (15p) per £1 spent'

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  • pete-20-11
    pete-20-11 Posts: 639 Forumite
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    They have access to your entire banking transactions, yikes. 
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  • nicklenora
    nicklenora Posts: 6 Forumite
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    If I link a credit card to my nectar account do they only have access to the transaction data for that card (it’s issued by the same bank I have my main current account with)?

    Also,  I use Paypal for online shopping with that same card as the preferred method of payment. Can I still use Paypal and get the extra points?
  • pawli
    pawli Posts: 1 Newbie
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    hiya
    I am trying to find out if linking nectar connect to my sainsburys stand alone nectar credit card will reap double plus nectar points and only reveal my sainsburys bank and sainsburys groceries account details . I read the T&C's and that seems to be the case . However nectar  is notoriously slow so I may have to wait a couple of months to find out and reveal to forum members.
    salud
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