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How do I change my name on my credit card?

How do I change my name on my credit card?

Posted 20 December 2016 by Linzi Nuttall

If you change your name through marriage, divorce or for any other reason, you’ll need to let your lenders know. In this blog, Ocean explains how to change your name on your credit card. 

If you change your name through marriage, divorce or for any other reason, you’ll need to let your lenders know. In this blog, Ocean explains how to change your name on your credit card. 

Monday Myth Buster- Christmas gifts aren't covered by my contents insurance

Monday Myth Buster- Christmas gifts aren't covered by my contents insurance

Posted 19 December 2016 by Holly Hayes

Is your home protected this festive season? And will  your Christmas gifts be covered by contents insurance? Find out more here. 

Is your home protected this festive season? And will  your Christmas gifts be covered by contents insurance? Find out more here. 

How do you buy your partner out of a mortgage?

How do you buy your partner out of a mortgage?

Posted 19 December 2016 by Linzi Nuttall

If you and your partner have a joint mortgage and you break up, Ocean explains how you can buy your ex out and keep the mortgage in your own name.

If you and your partner have a joint mortgage and you break up, Ocean explains how you can buy your ex out and keep the mortgage in your own name.

What is a balance transfer fee?

What is a balance transfer fee?

Posted 18 December 2016 by Linzi Nuttall

If you want to switch from one credit card to a new one, you may be charged a balance transfer fee for doing so. Ocean explains what this is and why it may be applied.

If you want to switch from one credit card to a new one, you may be charged a balance transfer fee for doing so. Ocean explains what this is and why it may be applied.