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The SunThe worst banks for refusing to refund victims of card fraud revealed - and how to get your cash backThe SunThe cases relate to credit and debit card fraud, including misplaced transactions, missing payments, ATM disputes and incorrect debits taken by shops. Harry Rose, money .... Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 78 24516 ...
This is MoneyPension freedoms make it harder for over-55s to get a mortgage: Former pensions minister warns lenders must ...This is MoneyThousands of UK retirees face difficulties getting a home loan due to a downside of new pension freedoms, one of the chief architects of pension reforms has warned. Speaking at the Building Societies Association's annual conference, former pensions ...
The key pledges made by Labour, the Conservatives and the Lib Dems in the run-up to the UK general electionThe GuardianThe key pledges made by Labour, the Conservatives and the Lib Dems in the run-up to the UK general election ... Continue to restore public finances and have a balanced budget by middle of next decade .... Increase personal allowance to £12,500 and the ...and more »
Longest ever interest-free credit cards availablemoneyfacts.co.ukCompetition has been heating up in the interest-free credit card sector of late, with providers continually looking to leapfrog each other to get to the top of the charts. Indeed, in the last few weeks we've seen the launch of the longest ever 0 ...and more »
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Credit card time bomb looms for borrowers - The Week UK

The Week UKCredit card time bomb looms for borrowersThe Week UKWhile record low interest rates may be bad news for savers, borrowers are enjoying spending cheap, or even free, money to never before seen levels. But industry figures have now issued a warning that millions of people could be sitting on credit card ...
(15-05-2017)

Liz Weston: How to ruin your finances fast - Daily Mail

Liz Weston: How to ruin your finances fastDaily MailIt typically takes years of unfortunate choices - minimum credit card payments, forgone savings opportunities - to create suffocating debt or a poverty-level retirement. Other disasters you can trigger almost instantly. The decision itself costs money ...and more »
(15-05-2017)

Hardly Anyone Paying the Hackers? Because Using Bitcoin Is Hard - Bloomberg

BloombergHardly Anyone Paying the Hackers? Because Using Bitcoin Is HardBloombergMoreover, for those who didn't save their data on a separate system, paying a ransom isn't like buying something from Amazon by entering their credit or debit card information. Even though the hackers provided a helpful link for those new to paying in ...and more »
(15-05-2017)

Culture Exchange: Year Abroad - HuffPost UK

HuffPost UKCulture Exchange: Year AbroadHuffPost UKPrior to Erasmus year, preparations centred around the financing of it, grants, part time jobs, au pairing etc. It isn't long before the penny drops, the realisation that the primary currency of worth is that of language. Singular words become coins of ...
(15-05-2017)

Scottish Mortgage eyes new pot to pay dividends - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukScottish Mortgage eyes new pot to pay dividendsCitywire.co.ukScottish Mortgage (SMT), the FTSE 100 global investment trust, underlined its reputation as the UK's biggest growth fund today with annual results showing an impressive 40.9% total return to shareholders for the year to 31 March. ... of just 0.5p per ...and more »
(15-05-2017)

Scottish Mortgage eyes new pot to pay dividends - Citywire - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukScottish Mortgage eyes new pot to pay dividends - CitywireCitywire.co.ukScottish Mortgage (SMT), the FTSE 100 global investment trust, underlined its reputation as the UK's biggest growth fund today with annual results showing an ...and more »
(15-05-2017)

Wayne Rooney blows £500000 in two hours while gambling - AOL UK

AOL UKWayne Rooney blows £500000 in two hours while gamblingAOL UKThe spree comes after UK football has been rocked by a series of gambling scandals — including an 18-month ban for Burnley's Joey Barton over betting on matches. Rooney's vast ... Rooney's account there is thought to be linked to a credit card. He met ...and more »
(15-05-2017)

How to be on the winning side as mortgage war hots up - The Guardian

The GuardianHow to be on the winning side as mortgage war hots upThe GuardianJust a week after launching what was described as “Britain's cheapest-ever” mortgage deal, Atom Bank withdrew its 1.29% five-year fixed rate, amid massive demand. Although this offer was for borrowers with a 40% deposit, and came with a £900 fee, there ...
(15-05-2017)

Ex-Lib Dem MP Lembit Opik reveals he is still in huge debt seven years after losing his seat - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukEx-Lib Dem MP Lembit Opik reveals he is still in huge debt seven years after losing his seatMirror.co.uk"I ended up with pretty much nothing, on skid row, with thousands of pounds of credit card debt and, by the summer of 2012, defaulting on my mortgage." He said he was about ... I owed a lot of money before, and I owe twice as much now." He added: "I'd ...Ex-MP Lembit Opik 'still up to my eyes in debt'Daily Mailall 4 news articles »
(14-05-2017)

Sir Philip Green holidays in St Bart's after BHS pay-off - Daily Mail

Daily MailSir Philip Green holidays in St Bart's after BHS pay-offDaily MailFormer BHS owner Sir Philip Green has been pictured enjoying a luxury holiday in Monaco- shortly after he agreed to pay £363million to settle the failed department store's pension black hole. The British billionaire looked very relaxed as he and wife ...
(14-05-2017)

ASK A FINANCIAL PLANNER: Should I refinance my student loans, even though I have less than $10000 to go? - Business Insider

Business InsiderASK A FINANCIAL PLANNER: Should I refinance my student loans, even though I have less than $10000 to go?Business InsiderThere could be an error or something in collections that dragging down your credit score. You can also pay a fee to have one of the credit bureaus pull your FICO score. (But many credit card companies and banks offer you the opportunity to see your ...and more »
(14-05-2017)

Ex-MP Lembit Opik 'still up to my eyes in debt' - Daily Mail

Daily MailEx-MP Lembit Opik 'still up to my eyes in debt'Daily MailThe 52-year-old, who was born in Bangor, County Down, to Estonian parents, also revealed he does not have a credit card or savings and has not achieved the same level of financial income as he attained during his time as an MP. According to the latest ...Ex-Lib Dem MP Lembit Opik reveals he is still in huge debt seven years after losing his seatMirror.co.ukall 4 news articles »
(14-05-2017)

On the internet, nobody knows you're a money launderer - The Times of Israel

The Times of IsraelOn the internet, nobody knows you're a money laundererThe Times of IsraelIn his company's estimation, six to 10 percent of businesses accepting credit card payments are hiding their true identity from the banks and credit card companies that process their transactions. The banks and credit card brands have absolutely no ...
(14-05-2017)

ME AND MY MONEY: The One Show's Michelle Ackerley on property and the scent of success... - This is Money

This is MoneyME AND MY MONEY: The One Show's Michelle Ackerley on property and the scent of success...This is MoneyI have never had a credit card, but I am planning to get one. I have been nervous about spending money on a credit card in the past because I have always wanted to make sure I only spend what I can afford. But now I need to build up my credit rating to ...
(13-05-2017)

AP Explains: What is bitcoin? A look at the digital currency - Daily Mail

Daily MailAP Explains: What is bitcoin? A look at the digital currencyDaily MailIt's worth more than an ounce of gold right now, it's completely digital and it's the currency of choice for the cyberattackers who crippled computer networks around the world in recent days. Bitcoin has a fuzzy history, but it's a type of currency ...and more »
(13-05-2017)
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