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Currency fees for debit cards scrapped

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According to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), banks and companies selling foreign currency have been charging travellers too much.

Clive Maxwell of the OFT outlines a new deal which means that banks will no longer be able to charge customers who used debit cards to buy currency.


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