Standard European Consumer Credit Information

The amendment to the Consumer Protection Act, which entered into force on 1 December 2010, requires that customers receive the key information on the credit agreement and consumer rights on the Standard European Consumer Credit Information form so that they can read them through before concluding a credit agreement.

A separate form has been drafted for each card credit. The information on the forms is given with "typical values", which means that, for example, the annual percentage rate of charge (APR) has been calculated with one (1) year's repayment period assuming that the credit amount in use is 1,500 euros.

Standard European Consumer Credit Information
Nordea Gold MasterCard (Creditor Nordea Bank Finland Plc)
Consumer Credit Information (pdf, 172 KB)Opens new window
Nordea Gold MasterCard (Creditor Nordea Finance Finland Ltd)Consumer Credit Information (pdf, 240 KB)Opens new window
Nordea Credit MasterCard (Creditor Nordea Finance Finland Ltd)Consumer Credit Information (pdf, 241 KB)Opens new window
Nordea Credit MasterCard (Nordea Bank Finland Plc)
Consumer Credit Information (pdf, 242 KB)Opens new window
Stockmann MasterCardConsumer Credit Information (pdf, 222 KB)Opens new window
Finnair Plus MasterCard Consumer Credit Information (pdf, 237 KB)Opens new window
League MasterCardConsumer Credit Information (pdf, 219 KB)Opens new window
Union MasterCardConsumer Credit Information (pdf, 234 KB)Opens new window
TUOHI MasterCardConsumer Credit Information (pdf, 252 KB)Opens new window

Advice on cards

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Pay safely online

If you want to go shopping on the Internet, register your card for online use.

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Many alternatives

You can apply for a card in Netbank, at a branch or by calling Nordea Customer Service.