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Which is a credit line? Credit limits are the amount your credit cards supplier will make available to you - in other words, the amount of cash you can lend. Available balance" is your credit line less any credit on your Prepaid Cards.
However, your credit limits are determined on the basis of a number of factors, such as how long you have been a client and how you have used credit in the past. If you are applying for a credit or debit card, you usually do not know how high the credit will be. Often we inform you of your current credit limits when you get your new credit in.
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The Hoot Credit Union
Credits and saving and much, much more! There are a number of saving plans with periodic saving, Christmas saving and Young Savers. From £200 to 15,000 at a reasonable interest we have a credit that suits your needs. What can Hoot Credit Union do for you?
The Hoot Credit Union is there for you with a range of adaptable, accessible finance solutions, whether for private credit or saving. All of our members' funds are used to help them make the most of our members' funds. Our members share our winnings among each other or use them for the good of the entire group. But that doesn't mean less safety - you are covered by the FSCS (Financial Service Compensation Scheme).
Like your house and home savings institutions, the funds you pay into your credit cooperative accounts are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) up to £85,000. When you have a shared balance, you are covered for £85,000 each. So if something happens to your local banking, savings or credit association and you don't have your funds, your credit card will be refunded up to £85,000.
Hoot Credit Union. Registration number: IP00716C. Our company is licensed by the Prudential Regulation Authority and subject to regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulatory Authority.