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CONC 6.7.4RRP
A firm must first allocate a repayment to the debt subject to the highest rate of interest (and then to the next highest rate of interest and so on)1 for:(1) the outstanding balance on a credit card; or(2) the outstanding balance on a store card; or(3) a credit card or a store card, in relation to which there is a fixed-sum credit element, to repayments beyond those required to satisfy the fixed instalments. [Note: paragraph 6.3 of ILG]
CONC 6.7.5RRP
(1) A firm must set the minimum required repayment under a regulated credit agreement for a credit card or a store card at an amount equal to at least that amount which repays the interest, fees and charges that have been applied to the customer's account, plus one percentage of the amount outstanding. [Note: paragraph 6.4 of ILG](2) Where (1) applies and a firm applies interest to a period of more than one month, for the purpose of calculating the amount of the interest part
CONC 6.7.6RRP
A firm under a regulated credit agreement for a credit card or a store card must provide a customer with the option to pay any amount they choose (equal to or more than the minimum required repayment but less than the full outstanding balance) on a regular basis, when making automated repayments. [Note: paragraph 6.5 of ILG]
CONC 6.7.10RRP
Where a customer is at risk of financial difficulties, a firm under a regulated credit agreement for a credit card or a store card must, other than where a promotional rate of interest ends, not increase the rate of interest under the agreement. [Note: paragraph 6.10 of ILG]
CONC 6.7.13RRP
Where a firm proposes to exercise a power under a regulated credit agreement for a credit card or store card to increase the interest rate, the firm must: (1) permit the customer sixty days, from the date of the firm's notice of the proposed increase during which period the customer may give notice to the firm requiring it to close the account;(2) permit the customer to pay off the outstanding balance at the rate of interest before the proposed increase and over a reasonable