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Kitco NewsNew UK App Allows Consumers To Make Purchases With GoldKitco NewsU.K.-based Glint Pay announced Tuesday the release of beta-app and credit card that allows consumers to buy portions of gold and then use the account to make purchases. The gold-focused payments company has partnered with Mastercard and Lloyds ...The new gold and bitcoin bankcards that enable you to spend entirely without cashTelegraph.co.ukall 12 news articles »
Is Bank of Mum & Dad closing to first-time buyers?moneyfacts.co.uk... a significant amount. Yet it may not be a gift outright; while 57% of respondents said that the money doesn't need to be repaid, 27% said that it should be seen as an advance on inheritance, and 15% viewed it as more of a loan and expected the ...and more »
Derby TelegraphFour reasons why you should switch from cash to credit cards, says Martin LewisDerby TelegraphHe told his Money Saving Expert website : "While cash feels real, and convenient, it's risky. "A woman once sent me an email desperate for help for her very nearly 90-year-old dad. He'd paid a restaurant a decent-sized cash deposit to book to celebrate ...and more »
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Cash Converters data breach: Who's at risk as pawnbroker confirms website was hacked - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCash Converters data breach: Who's at risk as pawnbroker confirms website was hackedMirror.co.ukCash Converters said that sensitive data, including customers' usernames, passwords and delivery addresses have potentially been accessed by a third party, but confirmed that no credit card information was compromised as part of the breach.and more »
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Why I've taken control of my own pension – and how you can too - iNews

iNewsWhy I've taken control of my own pension – and how you can tooiNewsThis charge is common to the majority, but not all, of Scottish Widows pension funds. “This charge is for personal pensions only and other products adopt different methods of charging. For example, our Retirement Account product has an investment ...
(17-11-2017)

I have a perfect 999 credit score, so why wouldn't the Post Office give me a credit card? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukI have a perfect 999 credit score, so why wouldn't the Post Office give me a credit card?Telegraph.co.ukYou went through the Post Office's appeals procedure and a week later received a letter saying, “Unfortunately we are unable to offer you a credit card at present… we are aware that your circumstances may change, so please contact us again should you ...
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Customers in debt tempted into borrowing more by credit card limit hikes of £1500 they never asked for - This is Money

This is MoneyCustomers in debt tempted into borrowing more by credit card limit hikes of £1500 they never asked forThis is MoneyRichard Koch, head of cards at UK Finance, said: 'Credit card providers are completely committed to responsible lending and the industry has come together to voluntarily agree new protocols to ask customers whether they would prefer to opt out or opt ...Two million Brits struggling with debt have credit limit raised by card companies without asking for itMirror.co.ukCredit card limits need controlling, says Citizens AdviceThe Investment Observerall 4 news articles »
(17-11-2017)

Warning that customers in debt are being tempted into borrowing more by credit card limit hikes of £1500 they never ... - This is Money

This is MoneyWarning that customers in debt are being tempted into borrowing more by credit card limit hikes of £1500 they never ...This is MoneyRichard Koch, head of cards at UK Finance, said: 'Credit card providers are completely committed to responsible lending and the industry has come together to voluntarily agree new protocols to ask customers whether they would prefer to opt out or opt ...Two million Brits struggling with debt have credit limit raised by card companies without asking for itMirror.co.ukCredit card limits need controlling, says Citizens AdviceThe Investment Observerall 6 news articles »
(17-11-2017)

Black Friday sales: 7 expert tips to help you make the most of next week's bargains - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordBlack Friday sales: 7 expert tips to help you make the most of next week's bargainsScottish Daily RecordCredit cards at the ready, it's Black Friday next week. But to make the most of this blizzard of bargains and special offers calls for plenty of careful planning. British shoppers are about to spend £300 each on sales and Christmas shopping. It's ...and more »
(17-11-2017)

Saving for retirement: how much is enough? - Financial Times

Financial TimesSaving for retirement: how much is enough?Financial Times“We all know we need to save for retirement, but few of us know how much we might need to live on or whether we are on track to hit that target,” says the PLSA, which estimates that 13.6m UK workers are at “high risk of failing to achieve an adequate ...
(17-11-2017)

Virgin will challenge digital banks - The Times

The TimesVirgin will challenge digital banksThe TimesVirgin Money is to enter the business banking market next year as its growth in mortgages and credit cards slows. The lender part-owned by Sir Richard Branson plans to launch an offering for small and medium-sized businesses in January. It is targeting ...and more »
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Two million Brits struggling with debt have credit limit raised by card ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukTwo million Brits struggling with debt have credit limit raised by card ...Mirror.co.ukUnscrupulous credit card firms are pushing thousands of pounds worth of extra credit onto millions of people who can't afford to pay, a debt charity has warned.Warning that customers in debt are being tempted into borrowing more by credit card limit hikes of £1500 they never ...This is MoneyCredit card limits need controlling, says Citizens AdviceThe Investment Observerall 11 news articles »
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Two million Brits struggling with debt have credit limit raised by card companies without asking for it - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukTwo million Brits struggling with debt have credit limit raised by card companies without asking for itMirror.co.ukUnscrupulous credit card firms are pushing thousands of pounds worth of extra credit onto millions of people who can't afford to pay, a debt charity has warned. Six million people had the credit limited increased on their card last year - yet they didn ...Warning that customers in debt are being tempted into borrowing more by credit card limit hikes of £1500 they never ...This is Moneyall 11 news articles »
(17-11-2017)

Six million receive unsolicited increase on credit card limit | Money ... - The Guardian

The GuardianSix million receive unsolicited increase on credit card limit | Money ...The GuardianCardholders who do not think they can pay off their debts are having significantly higher credit limits pushed on to them without being asked. Photograph: Rui ...Many card borrowers 'having credit limits increased without being asked'AOL Travel UKall 6 news articles »
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Six million receive unsolicited increase on credit card limit - The Guardian

The GuardianSix million receive unsolicited increase on credit card limitThe GuardianA financial industry lobby group, UK Finance, said credit card companies were “completely committed to responsible lending … The industry is committed to helping the minority of cardholders who do not use a credit card in a way which is in their best ...Many card borrowers 'having credit limits increased without being asked'AOL Travel UKall 6 news articles »
(17-11-2017)

Nationwide becomes the first major lender to offer an equity release plan with an interest-only mortgage lifeline - This is Money

This is MoneyNationwide becomes the first major lender to offer an equity release plan with an interest-only mortgage lifelineThis is MoneyBritain's biggest building society will today launch a 'lifetime mortgage' to help homeowners who are struggling to pay off their interest-only deals. Nationwide is the first major lender to offer an equity release plan, throwing a lifeline to ...and more »
(16-11-2017)

Trader's bets against debt collector Cabot Credit Management sink £1bn flotation - This is Money

This is MoneyTrader's bets against debt collector Cabot Credit Management sink £1bn flotationThis is Money... by the share price performance of its closest rival, Arrow Global, which has fallen 10 per cent since last week. Both companies buy overdue credit card and other unsecured debt from banks and lenders, then chase individuals for the unpaid money.and more »
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Canada student travels world for free with 'manufactured spending' - BBC News

BBC NewsCanada student travels world for free with 'manufactured spending'BBC NewsAvery Campbell, 24, uses a strategy called "manufactured spending", which means shopping just to earn points on credit-card rewards programmes. Recently he bought coins from the Canada Mint to collect points, then used the same coins to pay his bills ...and more »
(16-11-2017)
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