The material on this website is for information only
and is not intended as any recommendation or endorsement of any products or companies mentioned. We are not licensed by the FSA to give financial advice, and none of the material on this website constitutes or is intended to constitute financial ...
This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at
Civil Society MediaTrustees disqualified after using charity as a front to claim benefitsCivil Society MediaThe Metropolitan Police, London Redbridge Council and the Department for Work and Pensions were investigating a network of charitable and non-charitable organisations which included FFS and STA in relation to allegations of financial crime, money ...
What MortgageWhat Mortgage Awards 2018 – winners announcedWhat MortgageWhile the Best Comparison Site for Mortgages went to Insurance winners were Sainsbury's Bank (home), Direct Line (life and landlord), Legal & General (financial protection). Click here to see the full list of winners and high commended and ...
Money MarketingCounting the human cost of the British Steel saga six months on…Money MarketingMoney Marketing looks at both the numbers behind the saga, but also the individual experiences of scheme members and the advisers who helped them, after nine members gave emotional testimonies at the Great Pension Debate last week. The beginnings of a ...
Mortgage StrategyPepper money reduces ratesMortgage StrategySpecialist lender Pepper Money has announced cuts to a number of its residential mortgage products. The most significant reductions can be found within the Pepper12 range. Borrowers without a CCJ or default in the 12 months will be able to access an 80 ...Pepper cuts rates by up to 0.55%Financial Reporterall 2 news articles »
Have you met...
Latest Members:









General News

Email this story to a friend:

Credit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off? | Money | The Guardian - The Guardian

The GuardianCredit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off? | Money | The GuardianThe GuardianCustomers can no longer be charged extra for paying by credit or debit card, but firms are finding ways to get around the ban.Shops now BANNED from charging you extra to pay on card - your questions answered as new rules kick in on 'rip-off' card surcharges for paying with debit or credit cards to take on 'rip-off' card surcharges comes into forceSky NewsMetro -This is Money -AOL UKall 44 news articles »13-01-2018
Advertise with us  |  Privacy  |  Terms & Copyright                                                                                     Website maintained by USP Networks