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Bradley Walsh 'avoids credit card charges'

Bradley Walsh has revealed he has never incurred credit card charges in his life.

The actor, famous as Detective Sergeant Ronnie Brooks from Law and Order UK, revealed in an interview with the Telegraph that he utilises a debit card from Barclays when making bank charges.

Using this device focuses him on not spending more cash than he already has, he added.

"Credit cards frighten me," the actor continued, stating he never has had one and never will, despite being 52 years old.

He noted he typically carries around £50 in cash with him for "small purchases".

Furthermore, while Mr Walsh utilises online banking to check his balance, he noted he does not feel comfortable incurring bank charges or transferring money over the internet.

"Emails get lost, so I am petrified money would too," he added.

As well as acting in Law and Order UK, Mr Walsh is also famous as the character of Danny Baldwin in Coronation Street and as the host of The National Lottery and The Chase.

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