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One fifth of packaged bank account holders mis-sold

25 July 2013

A record number of complaints have been received about packaged accounts, a YouGov survey revealed yesterday. Compare products and save money!


Brits waste over £18 million changing money at airports

22 July 2013

Post Office figures estimate Brits waste over £18 million a year changing money at airports. Get even bigger savings by changing money on-line.


Lenders lose bank rates, and get more complaints

17 July 2013

Barclaycard has recently changed from tracker to variable rates on one of their credit cards. Complaints to the FOS have risen this year.


FCA urges those without strategy to pay off their Interest Only Mortgages to make plans.

2 May 2013

The FCA published a report today highlighting the number of people with interest only mortgages facing shortfalls when the mortgage term ends.


Benefits of Green Deal lost if you can’t access whole market of energy suppliers.

10 April 2013

Though well intentioned,flaws in the Green Deal restrict its benefits and could leave you worse off if you can't switch to smaller energy suppliers.


FSA don’t see anything wrong with Bank of Ireland Tracker Mortgage increase

2 April 2013

The FSA appeared unwilling to challenge the BoI rate rise but after a public dressing down, the FCA might be looking at the problem a bit more seriously.


Visitors to Cyprus advised to take more cash

21 March 2013

Don't worry, it's not the latest bailout idea but while the banks are closed the Foreign and Commonwealth Office advise that you take sufficient cash.


Bank of Ireland sticking with shock rise to Tracker Mortgage Rates

19 March 2013

Been caught by Bank of Ireland's shock 300%+ rate rise on your tracker mortgage or worried your bank is going to follow suit?


Santander to be fined over bad advice?

15 February 2013

Having suspended advised sales of financial investments in December and potentially facing fines for bad advice under old weaker rules, are Santander quitting?


FSA finds over 70% of firms had shortcomings or inadequate mis-selling controls

1 February 2013

The FSA reports shortcomings and insufficient controls to prevent sales incentives driving mis-selling in over 70% of the financial institutions audited.


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