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The GuardianLife in David Cameron's backyard is set to get tougher – who will feel the pain?The GuardianIan Felton, 70, does not relish the idea of staying in bed to save money. But he has been forced to ... “It'll still take a massive chunk of my pension. I have to contribute to bills ... It's happening with everything – personal independence payments ...and more »
New York PostJudge gives HSBC two-week extension on money-laundering reportNew York PostA Brooklyn federal judge on Tuesday extended by two weeks the deadline for UK bank HSBC to redact portions of a potentially explosive anti-money-laundering report. Judge John Gleeson. who has already rejected requests from the Justice Department and ...HSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed: US judgeReuters UKHSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed-US jLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 37 news articles »
AOL Money UKSurge in number of fake current account applicationsAOL Money UKCriminals see current accounts as a lucrative target as they can max out an overdraft as well as using the accounts as a "gateway" to commit other frauds, including making bogus loan and credit card applications. The increase in current account fraud ...Current account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukall 10 news articles »
This is MoneyChallenger bank Vanquis flogs credit cards with 40% interest rates in the street as household debt boomsThis is MoneyBank staff are flogging expensive credit cards to shoppers in town centres and outside fast-food restaurants despite fears that Britain is heading towards a new credit crunch. In a disturbing development, Money Mail has discovered that lending bosses ...
Mirror.co.ukCurrent account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukAlong with fraudulent current account applications, credit card and insurance policy fraud also saw a big rise in 2015. Much like current account fraud, credit card fraud was largely driven by identity theft. “There is a significant knowledge gap ...and more »
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