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Money transfers

What is a money transfer?

A money transfer lets you transfer money from your credit card to any of your own UK current accounts.

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How do I make a money transfer?

If you’re eligible, you will find your money transfer offers when you log on to  Internet Banking. Then, just follow the simple on-screen instructions. Make sure you have the details of the current account you want to transfer money to if it is not a Lloyds Bank current account. Also, make sure you understand the terms and conditions.

If your available credit limit isn’t sufficient to complete the transfer, you can apply for a credit limit increase online. Simply select the ‘More actions’ button on your credit card account and then the ‘Manage credit limit’ button.

What else do I need to know?

How long does a money transfer take?

After we approve it, the transfer will normally arrive by the next working day.

How much can I transfer?

The minimum amount you can transfer is £100. The maximum will need to be less than your available credit limit. This is to allow for any money transfer fee plus any other fees or transactions.

What’s the difference between a money transfer and a balance transfer?

Money transfer lets you transfer money from your credit card to any of your own UK-based current accounts. Balance transfers are about moving credit or store card balances to a different credit card. To find out more visit our balance transfer page.

Are money transfers covered by Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974?

When you use a credit card to pay directly for a good or service that costs more than £100 and up to £30,000, you are entitled to protection under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974. However, if you use your credit card to transfer money into your current account and then you buy a good or service using that money, this won't be covered by Section 75. Visit our Section 75 page for more information.

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Ready to make a money transfer?  

We offer two types of promotional offers on money transfers once you have successfully applied for one of our credit cards:

1. 0% p.a. interest rate for a set period of time
Subject to a transfer fee. No interest is charged for a set period and the fee is added to your total balance.

2. Longer term low interest rate
This offer typically has no fee (0% p.a.). A low rate of interest is then charged for a set period of time, usually longer than the 0% interest rate offers, potentially reducing the need to regularly switch offers.

View your money transfer offers

Log on to Internet Banking to see if you have a money transfer offer waiting.

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  • To make a money transfer you will need to have a UK-based current account in your name and address
  • Money transfer applications are subject to eligibility and security checks but these will not leave a footprint on your credit file
  • Keeping promotional rates - To keep any promotional rate you must make the minimum payment by the payment due date each month and not go over your credit limit
  • After your promotional period ends, you will be charged the standard interest rate, which can be confirmed on your statements
  • Low interest offers charge interest daily, we add together all the daily interest amounts in each statement period and add the total to your balance on your statement date
  • Section 75 Purchase Protection does not apply - Anything you buy using funds from a money transfer won’t benefit from the protection given by Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 – unlike some credit card purchases
  • Payment allocation - we use your payments to pay off the balances charged at the highest interest rate first, so your more expensive balances are paid sooner. Your payment will include any interest or charges incurred as a result of those balances
  • Other borrowing options - Before you apply for a money transfer it's worth considering other ways to borrow, as well as any savings you may have, as these could be better options for you. Read more about other ways to borrow.