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Get back on track with an Aquis Credit Card
 
Hello,
 
Managing your money couldn't be simpler with an Aquis Visa card. You'll have 24/7 control of your account with Online and SMS Account Management. If you're new to credit or have had a few credit issues lately, the Aquis Visa card will help you get back on track.
 
At Vanquis Bank we've accepted over 3 million? people in the UK. Sensible use of our credit cards can rebuild a poor credit rating, helping you to get accepted for other credit products and services in the future.
 
We assess each application on an individual basis to see if we can offer the right product to suit your needs. So why not apply for a Aquis Visa Card today and see if we can get you back on the right track?
 
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Start with an easy to manage Credit Limit between 250 and 1,000^
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Pay us back on time and you could improve your credit rating*
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You may be rewarded with an increased Credit Limit up to 3,500*^
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If you have any problems we have a friendly UK customer service call centre
 
 
The Aquis Credit Card is provided by Vanquis Bank, Credit Builder Card Provider of the Year 2015
 
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*To build your credit rating and be considered for credit limit increases, use your card sensibly, stay within your credit limit and pay your monthly minimum payment on time. Not doing so could harm your credit rating and make obtaining credit more difficult.
 
 
^ Credit Cards are not suitable for long-term borrowing or financing existing debt. Missing payments could have severe consequences and make obtaining credit more difficult.
 
Information correct as at December 2015
 
Important: Credit is subject to: status; telephone contact; confirmation of name and address; not already holding a credit card issued by Vanquis Bank; no reasonable suspicion of fraud, and is only available to UK residents who are at least 18 years of age and are not legally restricted from obtaining credit e.g. because of bankruptcy. Please read the Summary Box and Terms and Conditions for full financial details.
 
*^ To build your credit rating and be considered for credit limit increases, use your card sensibly, stay within your credit limit and pay your monthly minimum payment on time. Not doing so could harm your credit rating and ability to obtain more credit. Please also keep your other accounts such as credit cards, loans, catalogues, mobile phone and mortgages in order and don't take on too much debt elsewhere. By using your credit limits and keeping your accounts in order, you demonstrate that you can manage your accounts well and can handle the monthly repayments. There are no guarantees, but if you follow these steps consistently every month, you should be on track to improving your credit history and building a strong credit rating.
 
The Aquis Visa Card is issued by Vanquis Bank Limited. Vanquis Bank can be contacted at its registered office, which is at No. 1 Godwin Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 2SU. Registered number 02558509 England. VAT number 180555952. Vanquis Bank Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (Financial Services Register No. 221156).

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