Argos - Store Card
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Argos is the largest general-goods retailer in the United Kingdom with 750 stores nationwide.
Their store cards are provided by Home Retail Group Card Services and have a typical APR of 29.9%.
If you miss a payment to Argos, or exceed your agreed limit you will usually be charged for doing so. These charges can soon pile up, making it even harder to get out of debt, which we think is wrong.
If you are struggling to repay Argos debt, fill in our simple form on the right and we’ll call you back to see if we can help.
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Here’s some information we’ve collected about this creditor. Please note this information may not be up to date and was accurate at the last time we updated it (September 2011).
Company Name - Argos - Store Card
- Company Address
- Royal Avenue
- Reg Company Number
- Parent Company
- Home Retail Group
- Consumer Credit Licence
- What do our customers think
Reviews for Argos - Store Card
9 customers have reviewed this creditor.
Average reviews rated Argos - Store Card
Have a store card with Argos owe £310 pound missed one month because of sickness Argos have now handed it over to a debt collector even though they are still taking the minimum payment out of my bank account each month I have a good mind to cancel direct debit
Anyone using the store credit card I would advise you to close your account a.s.a.p. These people do not know what they are doing and no matter how honest and compliant you are, they treat you like criminals. They made a huge mistake on my account by applying an incorrect reference code. Even though I had paid the full amount on an item they continued to come back to me asking for a minimum payment. Eventually they sent me a threatening letter asking for the minimum payment on this item even though it had been paid. They told me that they had to try and find the payment as it may be lost in the system somewhere. Not much comfort to me when they were trying to extort money out of me with interest for a fraudulent none payment. They seem to have lost another payment now via direct online payment from my bank direct to theirs.Now they've threatened to block my card and I have told them I would be only too pleased if they did and close my account as this would be a blessing.... Although they claim they are investigating the matter, nothing has been done so far and the letters continue.
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