PCMag UK (blog)How Companies Turn Your Data Into MoneyPCMag UK (blog)More identifying information can simply be purchased. "Facebook is taking offline credit card data and mixing it with their site," Weinberg said, to illustrate the lack of transparency he sees in the data market. "You wouldn't expect that. The bigger ...and more »
Money MarketingGovt eyes action over pension tax anomaly costing low earnersMoney MarketingAn estimated 1.2 million people are earning below the £11,850 minimum personal tax threshold, and are still entitled to top-ups on pension contributions, but the schemes they are in are not set up to pay in the government share. According to the ...and more »
The TimesRevealed: Mystery woman who blew £16million at Harrods is wife of disgraced Azerbaijan banker jailed for stealing ...Daily MailZamira Hajiyeva, 55, used 35 credit cards issued by her husband's bank to splash out £1.6 million on shopping every year for a decade at Britain's most extravagant department store, located just a stone's-throw from her lavish London home. As chairman ...'Mrs McMafia' Zamira Hajiyeva was waved into BritainThe Timesall 107 news articles »
NasdaqWife of jailed Azeri banker is target of UK's first Unexplained Wealth OrderNasdaqHajiyeva spent 16.3 million pounds ($21.3 million) under a loyalty card scheme at Harrods between 2006 and 2016, using 35 credit cards issued to her by the IBA. She spent 121,000 pounds at Harrods on a single day, buying unidentified goods from luxury ...Azeri banker's high-spending wife targeted by new British anti-graft powersReutersUPDATE 3-Azeri banker's high-spending wife targeted by new British anti-graft powersReuters Africa'Mrs McMafia' Zamira Hajiyeva was waved into BritainThe Timesall 137 news articles »
The SunWhat is equity release and how can it help me?The SunThere are plenty of reasons you might want to unlock money from your home. Around one in three (32 per cent) choose equity release to clear their mortgage, according to equity release broker Age Partnership, while one in five (20 per cent) doing this ...