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Credit card charges: Cashback deals could be too complex

The strong competition between cashback credit card providers could make comparing the best products on the market increasingly confusing.

According to a Which? study, the number of deals on offer are at the their highest level in three years, seeing the range available double in recent times.

The consumer body has warned that this rise in choice could result in credit card owners becoming overwhelmed by the complex range of fees, rates and conditions when looking to get the best deal.

The card, which accrues cashback each time it is used depending on the user's spending habits, can still run up credit card charges if consumers are unable to stay on top of their finances.

Looking at a number of providers, including American Express, Capital One and Barclaycard, Which? discovered vast differences between the minimum and maximum amounts of cashback available as part of the deal.

It also found the terms and conditions, and annual fee charges varied from product to product.

Jennifer Haines

Jennifer's speciality knowledge is credit card changes and balance transfers.ADNFCR-2776-ID-801498625-ADNFCR

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