The 14.9 per cent interest rate on M&S's card is high compared to the Bank of England base rate of 3.5 per cent, although marginally lower than the 16 to 17 per cent commonly charged by major banks.
The card, which carries a Mastercard logo, can be widely used like any other credit card.
Spending on it is encouraged by the loyalty scheme, awarding points that can be reclaimed with money- off vouchers.
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Singer and actress Martine Mc Cutcheon was the star of the show when Marks & Spencer launched its new credit card.
Three days later, however, the celebration has gone distinctly flat after the embarrassed store chain was abruptly ordered to stop foisting the high-interest card on its customers.
On Monday, 3.5 million M&S storecard holders were sent letters telling them they would be receiving the new &More card as a replacement.
But following complaints the Office of Fair Trading has ruled the move illegal under the Consumer Credit Act of 1974.
The issue comes at a time of mounting concern among consumer groups and MPs over Britain's mounting personal debt.
M&S had argued it was not breaking the law because it was not supplying a new card but issuing a replacement after varying an existing agreement.