Daily MailThree quarters of Brits buying cheap phones online are ripped offDaily MailTo stay safe when buying online, Dominic Littlewood, TV host and journalist who specialises in consumer affairs, told Mailonline 'pay with a credit card or a service like PayPal where you have protection under the Consumer Credit Act.' He also said ...and more »
Ars Technica UKBitcoins aren't currency, so state money laws don't apply, says Florida judgeArs Technica UKAccording to the judge's summary, at this meeting Arias, working still undercover, told the vendor that he was interested in buying “stolen credit card numbers from Russians” and would be using the bitcoins to pay for them. Arias asked Espinoza if he'd ...Florida Man cleared of money laundering after selling Bitcoins to Agent PonziThe RegisterBitcoin isn't money, a Florida judge rulesBusiness InsiderBitcoin: Man charged with illegally laundering $1500 worth of currency has trial thrown outInternational Business Times UKMiami Herald -Miami Heraldall 73 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukSantander plans to slash 123 current account from 3% to 2% interest rateMirror.co.ukThe rumour emerged on the same day Santander revealed profits in the UK jumped 16% to nearly £1.1bn between January and the end of June. Santander's 123 ... The figure includes both current account and 123 credit card customers. Santander said ...and more »
Moneywise MagazineThe pros and cons of moving your pensionMoneywise MagazineYou might be tempted to switch pension providers to get your hands on your money, find a better deal, or to bring a number of pensions into one place. But before you move your .... If this is just some low-cost funds, then a personal pension from an ...
Brexit may bring down equity release hopesMoney ObserverA Baring Asset Management report estimates around 8 per cent of working age people (equating to three million across the UK) now plan to retire using the proceeds of the sale of their home. McPhail says: 'The growth in lifetime mortgages will only ...