Newest Review: ... £10 you spend on the Amex, you get one Airmile, and you get one Airmile for every £50 on the Mastercard. So the Amex is better for collecting, but it isn't accepted everywhere so you have the Mastercard as backup. But the beauty is it's one account, one credit limit between the two cards, one statement and one monthly payment - but two cards t choose from. I had a bit of hassle getting the cards - I recieved a pin number first, which no indication which of the two cards it was for, or even that it was for my Airmiles Duo account. After a week I had recieved no cards so I called and reported them lost in the post and Lloyds sent replacement... more
Customer LLoydsTSB Reviews (14)
by - written on 19/08/10
I had read on another posting that somebody had cashed in their points and picked up a bargain!As I had accumulated a shedload of points I thought that sounds good and got TSB to send me a leaflet.Got the leaflet, listing all of the firms involved and thought I would buy myself a iPad (for free, I thought)Phoned TSB this morning and said I wanted to cash in 6000 points only to be told that they would send me the vouchers but would debit my card £5,400.00 thereby gaining the 10%. I think you will guess what I said. What a waste of time. Loyalty Points? You're having a laugh!!
by - written on 18/05/09 (Useful, 692 readings)
A couple of months ago I decided it was time I got myself a grown up cedit card rather than the rather rubbish one I took out as a student and which I've got into trouble on a couple of times. I'm a Lloyds customer, and they had already told me I was pre-approved for their Airmiles Duo card, so I read about it online and then applied. The Airmiles Duo card features two cards on the same account - and American Express and a Mastercard. For every £10 you spend on the Amex, you get one Airmile, and you get one Airmile for every £50 on the Mastercard. So the Amex is better for collecting, but it isn't accepted everywhere so you have the Mastercard as backup. But ... Read the complete review
by mr oreilly - written on 07/03/09
ive been a customers of lloyds trustcard for over 25 years..but the last six months.. they have been absolutly in compentant..cancelling cards that have not been used in six months..i was not insured . cos they stopped my insurance company taking a payment..leaving me totally uninsured..without even telling me...what type of a credit card company does stupid things like this..i know the banks are badly run at the moment ...but this is dangerious to customers and a sure way to loose more loyal customers..i have lost all faith in trustcard and cancelled my account...SO PEOPLE WHO REALLY NEED TO USE THEIR TRUSTCARD MUST BE AWARE THAT THIS COMPANY DONT REALLY CARE ABOUT YOUR NEEDS OR THEYRE NOT REALLY INTRESTED IN YOUR COMMENTS.. good luck lloyds youre going to need it ...
by - written on 01/10/08, updated on 01/10/08 (Very useful, 1057 readings)
I always said to myself that I would never use a credit card as I had heard of different people getting in a lot of debt with them. Last year when I got offered my home I decided to use it for what started out as a few small things. Within a few months my credit card had been maxed out and I was then awaiting my statement bill to make my first payment. When I first applied for the credit card I can remember thinking that I was never going to use it and that I felt a bit secure having it there just incase. When I was speaking to the lady regarding the card, it sounded wonderful. I felt that I could use it whenever I wanted with not very many repercussions. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/08 (Very useful, 271 readings)
*Lloyds Tsb Airmiles Duo* "The best card ever" Being a member of the airmiles.co.uk i saw this offer on their website stating that " As an AIRMILES member you can pick up a 1500 mile voucher with a new credit card account designed specifically for you: the Lloyds TSB Airmiles Duo Credit Card account. Check out the benefits, apply through AIRMILES and watch your miles take off." I thought this was good as it was enough miles for 2 free flights to zone one ( which includes paris and amsterdam etc). "You'll receive your 1500 mile voucher within 30 days of your first spend of £10* or more on the Lloyds TSB ... Read the complete review