Customer services: 0845 300 3833
The information contained in this table summarises key product features for the partnership cardTM and is not intended to replace any terms and conditions. Valid from 26 June 2012.
(Non-Sterling) Cash Fee: 2.75% of the amount advanced, minimum £2.50.
|APR||Representative 16.9% APR variable|
|Other interest rates||Introductory Rate||Monthly Rate||Annual Rate|
|Retail Purchases within/notwithin
John Lewis Partnership
|0% for 6 months from date account is opened
|Balance Transfers**||0% for 6 months from date account is opened
|Storecard Transfers**||0% for 6 months from date account is opened
|**A balance transfer fee applies. Please see "Charges" below.
Other than where a rate is fixed, all rates are variable.
|Interest-free period||* Up to 56 days for purchases when you pay your balance in full every month by the due date.
* There is no interest free period for Balance Transfers, Storecard Transfers, Cheque Transactions or Cash Advances.
|Interest charging information|
|You will not pay interest on purchases if you pay your balance in full and on time each month.
Otherwise, the period over which interest is charged will be as follows:
|Purchases||Date debited to your account||paid in full|
|Cash Advances||Date debited to your account||paid in full|
|Balance transfers||Date debited to your account||paid in full|
|Allocation of Payments||
If you do not pay off your balance in full, payments we receive will be applied to categories of your balance in the following order:
* Payment Protection Insurance Premiums
* Cash Advances including Cheque Transactions
* Instore Transactions and transactions
* Balance Transfers and Storecard Transfers
* Instore Transactions attracting a promotional rate as notified to you
In each category interest and charges are paid first, followed by the remainder of the balance. Please refer to 'Allocation of Payments' in your conditions of use for a full breakdown.
|Minimum repayment||* Interest, default charges and any PPI or Payment Freeze premiums plus 1% of the principal balance, or 3% of the balance or £5 whichever is highest or your statement balance if less than £50.|
|Amount of credit|
|Minimum credit limit||£250|
|Maximum credit limit||Subject to status|
|Fees||No Annual Fee.|
|Balance Transfers||2.5% handling fee, minimum £5|
|Cash Advances (includes cash withdrawals and purchases of foreign currency and travellers cheques).||2.5% handling fee, minimum £2.50|
|Copies of statements||£5 for each copy of a statement|
|Copies of vouchers||£5 for each copy of a voucher|
|Statement date changes||First statement date change is free, subsequent changes are £10|
|Data Protection Act enquiry||£10|
|Payment Scheme Exchange Rate: MasterCard Rates can be found at www.partnershipcard.co.uk under the 'Using your card abroad' section in FAQs.|
|Exchange Rate Adjustment: 2.75% added to the MasterCard Exchange Rate.|
|Cash Fee: 2.75% of the amount advanced, minimum £2.50.|
|Payment overdue administration fee||£12|
|Cheque returned unpaid fee||£12|
|Unpaid credits and Direct Debits fee||£12|
|If we serve a default notice||£12|
(includes introductory rates)
|For a purchase of £1,000 on your partnership card|
|Monthly Payment||Minimum payment each month||£50 payment each month||£100 payment each month|
|Taking into account any introductory rates, how much interest will you be charged in the first year?||£64.39||£49.40||£17.15|
|How much interest will you be charged in the second year?||£109.49||£35.25||£0.00|
|How long would it take to clear the balance?||12 years 2 months||1 year 11 months||1 year|
We recommend that you pay more than the minimum payment whenever possible. If you make only the minimum payment eachmonth it will take you longer and cost you more to clear your balance, as shown in the example above.
A recurring transaction, sometimes called a continuous payment authority, is a series of payments collected with your agreement from your card by a retailer or supplier (for example, a mobile phone subscription), This agreement is between you and the retailer. The direct Debit Guarantee does not cover these transactions.
partnership card™ is issued and managed by John Lewis Financial Services Limited which is a covered by the HSBC Group of Companies, formed for the purpose of providing financial services to customers of the John Lewis Partnership . The partnership card is only available to persons aged 18 or over, who have a residential address in the UK, subject to status and conditions.
Points are earned on purchases made with the partnership card (but not on balance transfers, storecard transfers, payments by cheque and cash advances) at the rate of 1 Point for every £1 spent at John Lewis, Waitrose and at the rate of 1 Point for every £2 spent elsewhere. Points will be earned on whole pounds only on each purchase. The maximum number of Points that may be earned in any calendar year is 100,000. Points will be redeemed automatically three times a year at the rate of 100 points to each £1 of vouchers (minimum redemption 500 Points). Vouchers may be used at John Lewis, Waitrose and at John Lewis Direct. The partnership card Reward Programme is subject to the Reward Programme Rules which may vary from time to time.
For details of key product features please see the Summary Box.
partnership card is a trading name of John Lewis Financial Services Limited. John Lewis Financial Services Limited is incorporated in England with limited liability under Company Number 4645530. Registered office: 8 Canada Square, London E14 5HQ. Written quotations are available on request.
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How do you deal with complaints?
Our staff are trained to provide the highest standards of assistance and care to our customers, and we are committed to providing you with the best possible service at all times. Even the best organisations sometimes make mistakes, and if we do, or we fail to meet your expectations in some other way, we would like the opportunity to put things right as quickly as we can.
How do I make a complaint?
We operate a simple complaint procedure, which aims to resolve any problem quickly and effectively.
If you have a complaint, please contact us in any of the following ways.
Call: 0845 300 3833
Overseas: +44 121 214 5732
Calls may be monitored and/or recorded for security and service improvement purposes.
Textphone: 0121 265 3051
Write to us at:
partnership card services
Customer Complaints Team
PO BOX 5140
On receipt of your complaint, we will fully investigate all the issues raised and aim to resolve matters for you as quickly as possible, either by talking with you or by writing to you. However, depending on the nature of the issue we may not be able to resolve it as quickly as we would want to. If this is the case, we will keep you updated on our progress. When we reply to your complaint, if you consider that our response does not address your concerns, please let the person who handled your complaint know so that we have the opportunity to see if there is anything further we can do.
We recommend you do not send us information such as account details, but please provide your name, address and post code and preferred contact telephone. If we need to contact you, we will respond by telephone or letter. We always want to be able to resolve any concerns you raise with us. However, where you are not satisfied with the outcome, or if you have not received a reply from us within eight weeks of raising your complaint, you have the right to refer your case to the Financial Ombudsman Service.
You can contact the Financial Ombudsman Service in the following ways.
Call: 0845 080 1800
Write to: The Financial Ombudsman Service, South Quay Plaza, 183 Marsh Wall, London E14 9SR
John Lewis Financial Services Limited, which issues and manages the partnership card, is a member of the Financial Ombudsman Service. For more information about the Financial Ombudsman Service please visit www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk. A copy of our Internal Complaints Procedures and details of the Financial Ombudsman scheme can be obtained upon request or click here to download a PDF copy.
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