Wednesday, 5 October 2011
Ryanair recently claimed to be helping customers avoid hefty card charges through the launch of its Cash Passport but new rules regarding the cards could well send customers over the edge.
One nasty caveat of the Cash Passport is that for customers who do not use their card for a period of six months, there is to be an inactivity fee of £2.50 each month. Furthermore, if you exceed your limit on the card or if your remaining charges are taken up by charges you will be charged an additional negative balance fee of £10. A flat fee of £2 would also apply to withdraw money from a cash machine with the card - fair enough regarding the final charge Mr. O'Leary.
But what do you all think regarding the other charges?
Posted by Tom Warsop at 17:33