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Channel NewsAsiaUber users in Singapore charged for "phantom rides" overseasChannel NewsAsiaThe victims, who held credit or debit cards from different banks, were charged in foreign currencies including the US dollar, euro and British pound. ... "I'm pretty sure I will get back my money (most of it anyway)," she told Channel NewsAsia. However ...
Daily MailMillions spied on by greedy top universities: Institutions secretly hire investigators to snoop on ex-student's ...Daily MailThe Mail reveals today that universities have been secretly snooping on former students' finances since 1997. Some have information on the value of alumni's bequests, stocks, properties and 'generous pensions'. Alumni are ranked by their 'net wealth ...Oxford and Cambridge are said to be illegally spying on students for moneyQuartzUniversity fundraisers accused of 'snooping' on alumni by Daily MailCivil Society Mediaall 11 news articles »
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Money changing - BBC News

Money changingBBC NewsAccording to Ben Alsop, curator of the Citi Money Gallery at the British Museum in London, that introduced a vital concept – trust. Trust of the authorities, and ... “If you've got a credit card and you're overpaying, we'll help you switch. If you're ...
(21-11-2017)

Uber users in Singapore charged for "phantom rides" overseas - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaUber users in Singapore charged for "phantom rides" overseasChannel NewsAsiaThe victims, who held credit or debit cards from different banks, were charged in foreign currencies including the US dollar, euro and British pound. ... "I'm pretty sure I will get back my money (most of it anyway)," she told Channel NewsAsia. However ...
(20-11-2017)

Millions spied on by greedy top universities: Institutions secretly hire investigators to snoop on ex-student's ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailMillions spied on by greedy top universities: Institutions secretly hire investigators to snoop on ex-student's ...Daily MailThe Mail reveals today that universities have been secretly snooping on former students' finances since 1997. Some have information on the value of alumni's bequests, stocks, properties and 'generous pensions'. Alumni are ranked by their 'net wealth ...Oxford and Cambridge are said to be illegally spying on students for moneyQuartzUniversity fundraisers accused of 'snooping' on alumni by Daily MailCivil Society Mediaall 11 news articles »
(20-11-2017)

Future of Bitcoin limited by having no lender of last resort, BNP Paribas claims - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFuture of Bitcoin limited by having no lender of last resort, BNP Paribas claimsTelegraph.co.ukThe UK's central bank determines interest rates and some financial regulation. It also acts ... If consumers used a cryptocurrency for vital products such as mortgages, they would have no security and could lose their money if a financial crisis ...BNP Paribas: Bitcoin Will Fail Because it Lacks Characteristics of Traditional BankingnewsBTCall 4 news articles »
(20-11-2017)

When to withdraw your pension - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownWhen to withdraw your pensionHargreaves LansdownThe chance to pocket 25% of your pension tax free is one of the biggest saving incentives. The remaining amount can then be exchanged for an annuity which provides a regular secure income, or you can choose to keep the money invested and withdraw ...
(20-11-2017)

British Gas to scrap its standard energy tariffs in 2018 - BT.com

BT.comBritish Gas to scrap its standard energy tariffs in 2018BT.comBritish Gas will no longer offer its expensive standard variable energy tariffs to new customers from April 2018, it has announced. Iain Conn, chief executive of British Gas parent firm Centrica, said: “We have long advocated that the end of the ...Backlash from businesses as PM vows to cap 'rip-off' energy billsSky Newsall 50 news articles »
(20-11-2017)

Could 'guaranteed income' help Scotland's students? - BBC News

BBC NewsCould 'guaranteed income' help Scotland's students?BBC NewsThe argument is that a guaranteed income would be a real help to students - it could help some avoid term-time jobs, credit card debts or loans from commercial lenders. It could also end any confusion over just how much support might be available to ...and more »
(20-11-2017)

Amid crypto hysteria, a startup thinks now is the time to pay for things with gold - Quartz

QuartzAmid crypto hysteria, a startup thinks now is the time to pay for things with goldQuartzPeople are going crazy for cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin just set another record above $8,000, shaking off a 25% drop earlier this month. But if the wild ride of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is too risky for you, a new payments startup thinks it has ...and more »
(20-11-2017)

Will this make it easier to buy and spend cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ethereum? London Block Exchange ... - This is Money

This is MoneyWill this make it easier to buy and spend cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ethereum? London Block Exchange ...This is MoneyCustomers will also be able to withdraw money using the card. Cryptocurrencies will be converted to sterling when transactions are made. Customers will be charged 0.5 per cent for buying and selling cryptocurrencies, while the card itself has an up ...and more »
(20-11-2017)

Budget 2017: Here's how the battle of the generations could unfold on Wednesday - The Independent

The IndependentBudget 2017: Here's how the battle of the generations could unfold on WednesdayThe IndependentThe Chancellor could align the National Insurance Contributions 0 per cent band upper limit with the personal tax allowance, giving lower paid workers a small NIC saving, whilst simplifying the system. All well and good. But the Chancellor might be ...
(20-11-2017)

Equity release goes mainstream in the UK as Nationwide offers lifetime mortgage - Property Wire

Property WireEquity release goes mainstream in the UK as Nationwide offers lifetime mortgageProperty WireThe equity release market has come of age in the UK as one of the biggest lenders joins the equity release market to become the only major high street mortgage lender to offer this kind of product. The Nationwide Building Society has launched a ...
(20-11-2017)

Thomas Cook to introduce PAYG insurance and prepaid currency card - Travel Weekly UK

Thomas Cook to introduce PAYG insurance and prepaid currency cardTravel Weekly UKFuture products such as savings accounts and credit cards are being considered. The new products are part of a revamp of Cook's financial services under a new division called Thomas Cook Money. Details come ahead of the company's full-year financial ...and more »
(20-11-2017)

Lex in depth: The false promise of a UK house building boom - Financial Times

Financial TimesLex in depth: The false promise of a UK house building boomFinancial TimesIn Macmillan's era, only building societies could extend mortgages, and only then on conservative terms. Liberalisation of credit and tax cuts led to the “Barber boom” of the early 1970s, where wages and prices (including house prices) rose sharply.and more »
(20-11-2017)

'He groomed me for a good couple of months': Woman, 64, reveals how she was duped into sending $100000 to a fake ... - Daily Mail

Daily Mail'He groomed me for a good couple of months': Woman, 64, reveals how she was duped into sending $100000 to a fake ...Daily MailEight weeks into their relationship though, 'Carlos' asked if she could lend him $600 because his credit card wouldn't work while he was in Malaysia for a project. 'It didn't feel right but I thought "well, it's not a huge amount of money to lose". It ...and more »
(20-11-2017)
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