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Express.co.ukWhy there is an epidemic of fraud in Britain today - STEPHEN POLLARDExpress.co.ukWhen a bank compensates a victim it has to get the money from somewhere, which means higher fees and costs. Too often the banks are almost complicit in the fraud. One reason just one in 20 frauds is ... Add to that the ubiquity of credit cards and the ...and more »
RaconteurOpen banking is coming, but it's taking its timeRaconteur“It should have forced the banks to connect better,” he says. However, OBIE trustee Imran Gulamhuseinwala claims this is happening already. “The OBIE will be focused on supporting the banking, credit card, building society and e-money sectors in ...
The TimesLaura Whateley: My obsession with other people's moneyThe TimesThe obsession is driven partly by nosiness — millennials did not invent wondering how their neighbours can afford a BMW. Yet, while researching my new book, a guide to personal finance for the under-40s, I have discovered from talking to dozens of ...
Telegraph.co.ukLetters: Labour will confiscate shares from workers' pensions, not from fat catsTelegraph.co.ukMost are banks, building societies and insurance companies that invest money on behalf of millions of small savers and workers' pension schemes. Gordon Brown reduced my personal pension payout with his tax on dividends, and I lost more in the financial ...
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Why there is an epidemic of fraud in Britain today - STEPHEN POLLARD - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukWhy there is an epidemic of fraud in Britain today - STEPHEN POLLARDExpress.co.ukWhen a bank compensates a victim it has to get the money from somewhere, which means higher fees and costs. Too often the banks are almost complicit in the fraud. One reason just one in 20 frauds is ... Add to that the ubiquity of credit cards and the ...and more »
(25-09-2018)

Open banking is coming, but it's taking its time - Raconteur

RaconteurOpen banking is coming, but it's taking its timeRaconteur“It should have forced the banks to connect better,” he says. However, OBIE trustee Imran Gulamhuseinwala claims this is happening already. “The OBIE will be focused on supporting the banking, credit card, building society and e-money sectors in ...
(25-09-2018)

Laura Whateley: My obsession with other people's money - The Times

The TimesLaura Whateley: My obsession with other people's moneyThe TimesThe obsession is driven partly by nosiness — millennials did not invent wondering how their neighbours can afford a BMW. Yet, while researching my new book, a guide to personal finance for the under-40s, I have discovered from talking to dozens of ...
(24-09-2018)

Letters: Labour will confiscate shares from workers' pensions, not from fat cats - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLetters: Labour will confiscate shares from workers' pensions, not from fat catsTelegraph.co.ukMost are banks, building societies and insurance companies that invest money on behalf of millions of small savers and workers' pension schemes. Gordon Brown reduced my personal pension payout with his tax on dividends, and I lost more in the financial ...
(24-09-2018)

£1million-a-day bank scammers preying on YOU: Shock rise in online account holders being tricked into sending ... - Daily Mail

Daily Mail£1million-a-day bank scammers preying on YOU: Shock rise in online account holders being tricked into sending ...Daily MailJust £31million of the stolen £145million was returned to customers, according to trade body UK Finance. The payments watchdog is expected to publish ... money again. It's wholly unacceptable. All of us must take personal responsibility for protecting ...and more »
(24-09-2018)

Cruel tactics of scammers revealed: From posing as your bank to faking a romance, banking fraudsters are tricking ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailCruel tactics of scammers revealed: From posing as your bank to faking a romance, banking fraudsters are tricking ...Daily MailJust £31million of the stolen £145million was returned to customers, according to trade body UK Finance. The payments watchdog is expected to publish ... money again. It's wholly unacceptable. All of us must take personal responsibility for protecting ...and more »
(24-09-2018)

Make your pension last a lifetime - Interactive Investor

Make your pension last a lifetimeInteractive InvestorBy entering into a drawdown arrangement with a pension provider, retirees are able to keep their funds invested and take a regular income from them without committing to a lifetime annuity. For many investors – particularly those with savings worth ...
(24-09-2018)

Plan ahead for a singular retirement - Interactive Investor

Plan ahead for a singular retirementInteractive InvestorThis benefit won't be a requirement if you're single, so if you transfer your final salary scheme to a personal pension or SIPP you could increase your pension and have more options over what you do with the money. "There are a number of reasons why ...
(24-09-2018)

Counterpoint: Summers Responds to Johnson and Soros on Post-Crisis US Policy - Project Syndicate

Project SyndicateCounterpoint: Summers Responds to Johnson and Soros on Post-Crisis US PolicyProject SyndicateIn this PS Counterpoint, Lawrence H. Summers rebuts the claims recently made by Rob Johnson and George Soros, who argued that the Obama administration should have gone further in pursuing mortgage-debt relief. .... At that time, we and our colleague ...
(24-09-2018)

Signals point to DBS being on the right track - The Northern Echo

The Northern EchoSignals point to DBS being on the right trackThe Northern EchoDarlington Building Society (DBS) has been shortlisted in three categories in the Money Age Awards: Mortgage Provider of the Year; Savings Provider of the Year; and Best Charity Provider of the Year. These awards “honour the banks, ... Transfer money ...
(24-09-2018)

Defendant in Express Motors trial admits stealing money from the company for decades - Daily Post North Wales

Daily Post North WalesDefendant in Express Motors trial admits stealing money from the company for decadesDaily Post North WalesHe was also quizzed by Mr Jebb about cash payments made into his credit card account. The jury were told cash deposits of about £94,000 were made into the account during a six-year period between 2008 and 2014. Ian Jones said he had used the card to ...
(24-09-2018)

Many Chase and AmEx cards can save you money on your next car rental — here's how - Business Insider

Business InsiderMany Chase and AmEx cards can save you money on your next car rental — here's howBusiness InsiderEach policy adds more money to your bottom line, however if you paid for your car rental with a credit card, you are probably already covered for at least some of it. Plus, if you have personal auto, homeowners, and/or medical insurance, none of these ...and more »
(24-09-2018)

Many Chase and AmEx cards can save you money on your next car rental — here's how - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKMany Chase and AmEx cards can save you money on your next car rental — here's howBusiness Insider UKEach policy adds more money to your bottom line, however if you paid for your car rental with a credit card, you are probably already covered for at least some of it. Plus, if you have personal auto, homeowners, and/or medical insurance, none of these ...and more »
(24-09-2018)

Uber's strongest growth comes in depressed Argentina -- minus commissions - Business Insider

Business InsiderUber's strongest growth comes in depressed Argentina -- minus commissionsBusiness InsiderDue to legal and regulatory hurdles, Uber rides in Argentina can only be paid with cash or credit cards issued abroad, which almost no locals have. When rides are paid in cash, drivers currently have no way to pay Uber its 25 percent commission ...and more »
(24-09-2018)
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