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How to dispute a transaction
If you need to dispute a transaction on your account, call us on 0345 600 5606.
I've been told my account is closing. Why is this happening?
We're closing your account because you haven't used your credit card for a long time. Unfortunately, we can't reverse this decision at this point.
I've been told my account is closing. Do I need to do anything to complete the closure?
No. You don't need to do anything, and you don't need to contact us. You can find the date your account will close in the email or letter we've sent you.
What if the account that's closing is still in credit?
You need to get in touch with our Customer Services team on 0345 600 5606 to arrange a refund.
I've been told my account is closing, but I've bought something with my credit card. Do I need to do anything?
If you use your credit card to buy something, we'll treat that as a request to keep your account open and we won't close it.
I want to buy something, but I don't have a credit card.
You can request a new credit card by calling 0345 600 5606.
I want to buy something, but my credit card has a Mastercard logo on it. Can I still use it?
If your credit card has a Mastercard logo on it instead of Visa, you won't be able to use it, even if it's in date. You need to call us on 0345 600 5606 to request a new credit card.
I've forgotten my PIN. What should I do?
If you've forgotten your PIN you can find it in the app or in your online servicing account. You can also request a PIN reminder by calling us on 0345 600 5606.
AA Low Rate Credit Card closure
I've been told that my account is being closed. Why?Jaja Finance Ltd is the issuer of your AA Credit Card. Jaja periodically reviews the services it provides to its customers. After a full review of its credit card offerings, it has made the difficult decision to discontinue and close the AA Low Rate Credit Card product. This was a business decision and the option to reject this change isn't possible.
What do I need to do?You don't need to do anything. Jaja will close your account automatically on 25 April 2023. Following this date, you'll no longer be able to spend with your credit card and any spending up to this date will be included in your statement.
What will happen to my credit card balance?As per your credit card agreement, if you hold an outstanding balance on 25 April 2023, you'll need to pay this off by at least paying the minimum payment each month.
Will I still have access to my app or online servicing account?Yes, you'll still have access to your app or online servicing account to view your monthly statements. If you get paper statements, you'll continue to get these in the post until your balance is paid off in full.
I'm concerned about making repayments. What should I do?If you have any questions or are concerned about making repayments, please contact our Customer Service team by Live Chat. Or you can call us on 0345 600 5606.
Interest rate changes - January 2023
I don’t want my interest rates to increase. How do I reject the change?
If you don’t want your interest rates to change, you’ll need to get in touch with the AA Credit Card team (managed by Jaja Finance Ltd). You can do this through Live Chat in your app or online servicing account. Alternatively, you should call the credit card Customer Service team on 0345 600 5606 to reject the price change.
What happens if I reject the interest rate change?
If you wish to reject the reprice, you’ll need to pay off any outstanding balance you hold by paying at least the minimum payment each month, at your current interest rates. If you choose to do this, you won’t be able to use your credit card again.
Can I still spend on my card if I reject the rate change?
No, you won’t be able to spend on your credit card again if you reject the rate change.
How much notice will I get of the change to my interest rates?
You will get 30 days’ notice of the change to your interest rates. You will also get 60 days to reject the interest rate change. If you choose to do this you won’t be able to use your credit card again and will need to pay off at least the minimum payment each month, at your current interest rates. You will be charged interest at your new rates in any statements you get from 10 April 2023.
Does a change in my interest rate only apply to my future spending?
You will be charged interest at your new rates in any statements you receive from 10 April 2023. This means that any outstanding balances you hold, any purchases you make or cash you withdraw which will be shown on any statements you get from 10 April 2023, will incur interest at your new rates.
How can I find out more information about the interest rates applicable to my account?
You can find your interest rates in the Summary section on your monthly statement.
Using my card
How do I activate my new card?
When you receive your new credit card, you need to activate it in order to use it, including online.
Choose either way that's most convenient for you:
- Make a Chip and PIN transaction, or enter your PIN at an ATM to make a balance enquiry. Your PIN is the same as for your previous card.
- In the app or in your online servicing account, go to the card section and select 'manage cards'. Select the card you want to activate, then enter the expiry date and CVV exactly as they appear on your new credit card. Then select 'activate card'.
The video on this page shows how to activate your card in the app.
If you've forgotten your PIN, don't worry. You can find your PIN in the app or in your online servicing account. You can also request a PIN reminder by calling us on 0345 600 5606.
You'll need to make one Chip and PIN transaction using before you make a contactless transaction with the new card.
Lastly, remember to sign the back of your card.
How can I make a balance transfer?
You can complete a balance transfer application by calling us on 0345 600 5606. You'll need the card number of the account you want to transfer funds from, and the amount to be transferred.
The minimum amount you can request to transfer is £100, and the maximum depends on your credit limit. It may take between 2 and 3 weeks to process your application. During this time, you'll need to keep making payments to your original credit card until you receive confirmation that the transfer has been successful.
As our credit cards are provided by Jaja Finance, you can't transfer balances from another credit card you hold that is provided by Jaja Finance.
What's a contactless payment?
Contactless is a fast, easy and secure way to pay for goods and services up to £100 without entering a PIN. To make a payment, just follow the instructions on the terminal and place your card over the reader.
Is there a fee for withdrawing cash?
Yes, you'll be charged a 2.99% handling fee when you withdraw cash – the minimum fee is £3.
Is there a fee for balance transfers?
There is. We'll tell you the fee when you complete a balance transfer request.
Can I get a copy of a statement?
Yes, call us on 0345 600 5606. It costs £5 per statement requested.
What are the default charges?
There are charges for:
- Late payment £12
- Going over your credit limit £12
- Returned or unpaid direct debit or cheque £12
What is Persistent Debt?
What is Google Pay?
Google Pay allows you to pay for things from websites, apps and shops using payment cards saved in a Google Wallet on your smartphone.
AA Credit Cards now support Goggle Pay. This means you can add your AA Credit Card to your Google Wallet to use whenever you want.
How does it work?
To use your AA Credit Card, you’ll need to make sure it’s set as the default payment card in your Google Wallet
To pay in shops, simply hold your smartphone by the contactless payment machine. You may need to unlock your device first if you’re spending a larger amount of money.
To pay on websites and in apps, choose Google Pay as your payment method when you checkout.
Do I need to be connected to the internet to use Google Pay?
You don’t need an internet connection to use Google Pay in shops. But you will need one if you’re using Google Pay to buy something online.
How do I add my AA Credit Card to Google Pay?
Download the Google Wallet app from the Google Play store. Then choose to add your credit card as a payment method.
Enter the details of your AA Credit Card by typing them in or scanning your card with your smartphone’s camera.
Google will text you a one-time passcode. After you enter this into the app, you’ll be to use Google Pay.
Will I be charged for using Google Pay?
No, we won’t charge you for buying something using Google Pay.
But our usual charges will apply if you go over your AA Credit Card limit or break the terms of your credit agreement.
Plus, your smartphone provider may charge you for any data you use or other fees.
What do I do if I’m changing my smartphone?
You should remove your AA Credit Card from your Google Wallet if you:
- upgrade or change your smartphone
- plan on throwing your smartphone away
- let someone else use your smartphone temporarily
What if I lose my smartphone or it’s stolen?
If you lose your smartphone or it’s stolen, there’s no need to contact us. You can freeze or replace your AA Credit Card using our web self-service.
After you freeze your card, no one can use it to spend money either physically or digitally (including Google Pay) until it’s unfrozen.
How does Google Pay keep my information private?
We only share limited personal information with Google. It’s used to verify details, prevent fraud and make it possible for you to pay using Google Pay. Google doesn’t hold on to your personal or payment information. And when you buy something, the seller never sees your full details.
How do I remove my AA Credit Card from my Google Wallet?
Open the Google Wallet app and select the card you’d like to remove. In the settings menu, you should see a button or link to remove the card as a payment method.
FuelSave Credit Card
How often do I get cashback?
Your account will be automatically credited every 3 months in March, June, September and December each year with the cashback amount you have earned over the 3 months. It'll show as a credit on your monthly statement as 'Rewards Cashback'.
Do I earn cashback on all spend?
Yes, you can earn cashback on all purchases, but the amounts vary:
- You'll earn 0.5% on all other spend excluding fuel if you spend £500 or over on your card – you'll get 4% cashback on fuel spend.
- If you spend below £500 on your card on all purchases including fuel, you'll receive 2% cashback on your fuel spend.
- You can earn a maximum of £150 each calendar year.
Where do I need to buy my fuel from to qualify for fuel cashback?
Eligible retailers are service stations with fuel facilities that are identified by the Merchant Category Codes 5541 or 5542 – this includes BP, Tesco, Esso, Murco, Shell, Sainsbury's, Texaco, Asda, and Morrisons. Items such as food bought in the forecourt will also earn you cashback.
How often will the FuelSave Credit Card fee be taken?
There's no annual fee for the first 12 months. After that, you'll be charged an annual fee of £42 for your FuelSave Credit Card. This is split into 12 monthly charges of £3.50, which will appear on your statements as a transaction.
What if I have a query with my cashback?
If you've got a question about your FuelSave Credit Card call us on 0345 600 5606.
What do I do if my card is lost or stolen?
If you suspect that your credit card has been lost or stolen, or that someone else knows your PIN, call us immediately on 0345 600 5606.
Can I change my PIN?
Yes, you can change your PIN at most cash machines, but you'll need to know your existing PIN. If you've forgotten your PIN, you can view it in your app or by logging in to online servicing.
Or you can call us on 0345 6007 5606 and we'll post you your PIN – it can take up to 5 working days to arrive.
Never disclose your PIN to anyone else.
What should I do if my PIN is blocked, or I forget my PIN?
If you forget your PIN, you can view it in your app or by logging into online servicing. Or call us on 0345 600 5606 and we'll post you your PIN – it can take up to 5 working days to arrive.
If you enter your PIN incorrectly 3 times in a row while using it at a cash machine or to pay, it'll be blocked. If you made a mistake while trying to pay but know what your PIN is, you can unblock it using a cash machine attached to a bank, and choosing 'PIN/Card services' then 'Unblock your PIN'. If you blocked your PIN at a cash machine, it'll automatically unblock after 24 hours.
If you need help call us on 0345 600 5606 – we can unlock your account and post you your PIN, however it can take up to 5 working days for this to arrive.
Servicing my account
How do I manage my account?
To manage your account online, you'll need to register here. Registration is quick and easy, and once registered you can make payments, see your PIN, view your statements and much more.
You can also use your smartphone to manage your card on the go. Our new credit card servicing app is free to download and is available from the iOS and Android app stores.
If you have a question about your account you can call us on 0345 600 5606.
Can I manage my credit card over the phone?
Yes, you can service your account by calling us on 0345 600 5606.
How can I make payments to my credit card?
You can set up a Direct Debit through your app or online servicing. Alternatively you can make instant and secure one-off payments to your credit card using our Online Servicing or the AA Visa Credit Card mobile app.
You can also pay by phone, or by internet banking if your current bank or building society provides this.
See the back of your statement for details on all payment options.
When I make a payment, why am I asked to submit a passcode?
When you make a payment on the mobile app or the online account using your debit card, you may be asked to input a passcode or verify the payment via your app. This will be determined by your bank or building society's 3D Secure provider. If you don't receive a passcode, check your contact details on the 3D Secure payment screen are correct. If they're not you should contact your bank or building society.
How can I keep my promotional offer?
To keep your promotional offer make sure you stay within your agreed credit limit and make your minimum payment on time every month.
How will my payment be used to pay my outstanding credit card balance?
When you make a payment, the money you give us will come off your credit card balance in this order:
- Balance with the highest interest rate first – your payments will be used to pay off any outstanding balance that you owe in the order of highest interest rate to lowest interest rate. This means that the balance at the highest interest rate will be paid off first.
- If you have more than one outstanding balance at the same interest rate – your payment will be used to pay cash advances first, then the things you've bought (including anything you bought in your introductory period), then any fees and charges, before finally paying any promotional balances – this is balance at a different interest rate to your standard APR for a limited period. The exception to this is that any default charge you haven't yet had to pay interest on, in which case the default charge will be paid off last.
- If you have more than one promotional balance at the same interest rate – your payment will go to pay the balance where the promotional period ends first.
If you've paid more than your monthly statement balance, anything left over will go against transactions that have not yet appeared on your statement in the same order as those that have.
How can I cancel my direct debit?
If you wish to cancel the direct debit to your credit card, you'll need to contact your bank or building society directly.
How often will I receive a statement?
You'll receive a statement every month, unless there are no transactions and you don't owe anything.
What can I do if I am having difficulty paying?
If you feel you're getting into financial difficulty, it's important you contact us on 0345 600 5606 as soon as possible so we can help. You can also find information on where to get financial advice in our Managing your finances information.
Where can I see my new terms and conditions?
Where can I find my new privacy notice?
You can read how your data will be treated securely in line with UK data protection legislation, in the Jaja privacy notice.
Making a complaint
We realise sometimes we may not meet the high standards you have come to expect from us. If you want to make a complaint, you can contact us by:
- Phone 0345 600 5606
- Write to us at Jaja Finance, RRD Leicester, PO Box 10782, Wigston LE18 9HS
What information do we need from you?
To help us investigate and resolve your complaint, let us know:
- Your name and address
- Your account details and what the complaint relates to
- A description of the problem and when it happened
- How you would like us to put this right for you
- Contact details and the best time to contact you
How long does it take for us to respond?
We'll make every effort to resolve your complaint as soon as possible, usually within 15 days and no later than 56 days. We'll keep you updated throughout the process.
What if we don't solve the problem?
If you're unhappy with our final response, or if we haven't given you one within the 56 days of your complaint, you may refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service for help and advice. If you decide to refer your complaint, you should do so within 6 months of the date of our final response letter.
Financial Ombudsman Service
Phone 0300 123 9123
Phoning from outside the UK +44 207 964 1000
Email [email protected]
Online dispute resolution
We always try to resolve any complaint to put things right. However, if you've already contacted us and we have not resolved your complaint to your satisfaction, you may wish to use:
This is an online portal designed to help consumers dispute a complaint resolution.
Using my card abroad
Will I get charged for spending abroad?
A 2.99% non-sterling purchase fee is added to the sterling value if you use your credit card abroad to pay for non-sterling purchases.
Visa credit card currency conversion
When you use your card overseas, your payment will be converted into sterling by the Visa exchange rate. You can visit the Visa website, where you'll find a calculator to use to compare currency conversion charges for card transactions in euros and other European currencies.
How to use the Visa Exchange Rate Calculator:
- Amount: Enter the amount you want to spend in the currency you'll be using for the transaction
- Bank fee: Enter 2.99
- Date requested: Select the date on which you'll be making the transaction
- Card currency: Select British Pound (GBP) from the dropdown menu
- Transaction currency: Select the currency you'll be using for the transaction
- Calculate exchange Rate: Press the Calculate exchange rate button to see the exchange rate and Visa charges for the transaction
Will I get charged for cash advances?
You'll be charged 2.99% of your withdrawal or £3, whichever is greater, when you withdraw cash advances abroad using your credit card. This is in addition to the non-sterling transaction fee. If you withdraw cash abroad you'll be charged interest even if the account is paid off in full.
Verifying online purchases with your app
Changes have been introduced by us and all UK card issuers as a result of the Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) requirement under the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2).
SCA makes sure your online purchases are as secure as possible.
You might be asked to open your credit card app to verify an online purchase you're making. So it's important that you register for the app.
What is Strong Customer Authentication (SCA)?
SCA makes sure that it is genuinely you when making purchases online, by verifying the purchases through your app.
Can I opt out of using the app to verify my online purchases?
No, you can't opt out. The change is part of industry wide legislation introduced within Europe, called the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2).
SCA makes shopping online safer and prevents fraud on your account.
Can I still verify a purchase via email or text message?
You can no longer verify a purchase via email or text message. SCA verification has replaced the one-time passcodes that were sometimes sent by text message or email.
You can only verify purchases in your credit card app.
Does my additional cardholder need to verify their online purchases?
Yes, an additional cardholder will need to verify their online purchases in their own version of the credit card app.
But first, as the primary cardholder, you'll need to confirm the additional cardholder's details in your app. To do this, go to the Manage Cards section and select the Card tab.
Once confirmed, and the additional cardholder has downloaded the app and confirmed their card details, they can log in and verify their online purchases.
How does my additional cardholder log into the app?
First, you'll need to confirm the additional cardholder's details in your app by going to the Manage Cards section and selecting the Card tab.
Once confirmed, and the additional cardholder has downloaded the app and confirmed their card details, they can log in.
I've been asked to verify an online purchase I don't recognise. What should I do?
If you don't recognise the online purchase in the app or have doubts, immediately decline the verification request and call our customer services team on 0345 600 5606.
Will I be able to use online servicing to verify my online purchases instead of the app?
No, you can only verify online purchases in your app. As you've already registered, you just need to download the app and log in using the same passcode for online servicing.
I've forgotten my passcode, how do I reset it?
Follow these steps to reset your passcode in the app:
- Log into the app.
- Enter the mobile phone number you used to register.
- Select Enter Passcode, and then Reset – it's on the bottom left of the keypad screen.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to reset your password – you'll need your AA Credit Card.
- Once you've chosen a new passcode, you'll be logged into the app.
- You may be asked if you would like to switch on Touch ID or Face ID. If you don't want to, select Skip.
Will I have to verify my online purchases in the app every time I shop online?
Not every transaction is the same, so there might be instances where we don't ask you to verify your purchase.
How will I know I need to verify an online purchase within the app?
You'll be prompted to verify your purchase when you're in the online checkout process.
You'll be asked to open your app to confirm it's you making the purchase. Once verified, you can return to the online checkout and complete your transaction.
Will this affect purchases I make over the phone or in person?
There are no changes to the way you complete purchases over the phone, or for those you make in person, such as in high street shops or restaurants.
Good to know
The AA Credit Card is provided by Jaja Finance Ltd.
Jaja Finance Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority with number 775979 and is a company registered in England and Wales with Company Number 09797750 at 27 Old Gloucester St, Holborn, London, WC1N 3AX, United Kingdom. © Jaja Finance Ltd. All rights reserved.