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Brussels bans card fees | Money | The Times & The Sunday Times - The Times

The TimesBrussels bans card fees | Money | The Times & The Sunday TimesThe TimesCustomers will no longer be charged a fee when paying for goods or services by debit or credit card, after EU rules banning the practice came into force yesterd.and more »
(14-01-2018)

Brussels bans card fees - The Times

The TimesBrussels bans card feesThe TimesThe Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency has dropped its £2.50 fee for credit cards, while Ryanair has scrapped its 2% fee. HM Revenue & Customs replaced its credit card charge of up to 0.6% with a blanket ban on personal credit cards; corporate cards are ...and more »
(14-01-2018)

Why credit card charges hurt the travel industry | The Independent - The Independent

The IndependentWhy credit card charges hurt the travel industry | The IndependentThe IndependentJanuary's travel sales are still in full swing. This weekend, Cathay Pacific has a flash sale offering Perth in Australia from London or Manchester, via Hong Kong, for £569 return. */ For the equivalent of eight days' work at the National Living Wage ...and more »
(13-01-2018)

Why credit card charges hurt the travel industry - The Independent

The IndependentWhy credit card charges hurt the travel industryThe IndependentA fashion store with a mark-up of 50 or 60 per cent might barely notice a 2 per cent credit card fee. But in the very marginal constituency of travel, the levy represents a large slice of 10 or 12 per cent commission. For travellers, the consequences ...and more »
(13-01-2018)

The 18 money-saving tips one mum says helped her get rid of £4000 worth of debt - ChronicleLive

ChronicleLiveThe 18 money-saving tips one mum says helped her get rid of £4000 worth of debtChronicleLiveUse store loyalty cards - There are so many loyalty cards available these days which have some great incentives. 7. Only buy what you need - This one seems obvious but it's so easy to get caught up in a spending frenzy. If you don't need it, don't buy ...Mum who repaid £4000 debt in just 90 days reveals top money-saving tipsStoke Sentinelall 2 news articles »
(13-01-2018)

Theresa May mocked for suggesting Tories to thank for credit card charge ban imposed by EU - The Independent

The IndependentTheresa May mocked for suggesting Tories to thank for credit card charge ban imposed by EUThe IndependentGreen MEP Molly Scott Cato told The Independent: "In spite of her rhetoric about fairness Theresa May is failing to give credit where it is due in suggesting that it is her government that is banning credit card charges. "The truth is that it was my ...and more »
(13-01-2018)

Theresa May mocked for suggesting Tories to thank for credit card ... - The Independent

The IndependentTheresa May mocked for suggesting Tories to thank for credit card ...The IndependentTheresa May has been mocked for claiming credit for an EU policy to protect consumers from rip-off payment card charges.and more »
(13-01-2018)

Bitcoin investors BANNED from using their mega-profits to buy ... - The Sun

The SunBitcoin investors BANNED from using their mega-profits to buy ...The SunINVESTORS of Bitcoin who've made a mint are now trying to cash in on their sudden windfall by milking the UK's property boom. But lenders are now worried about the source of the cash and have been rejecting them for mortgages.Bitcoin investors face being BANNED from using their gains to get properties as mortgage lenders clamp down amid ...Daily Mailall 2 news articles »
(13-01-2018)

Bitcoin investors BANNED from using their mega-profits to buy houses amid money-laundering fears - The Sun

The SunBitcoin investors BANNED from using their mega-profits to buy houses amid money-laundering fearsThe Sun... windfall by investing in the UK's property bubble. But lenders are now worried about the source of the cash and have been rejecting them for mortgages. Broker Mark Stallard said one investor had a £40,000 deposit pot after investing in bitcoin but ...Bitcoin investors face being BANNED from using their gains to get properties as mortgage lenders clamp down amid ...Daily Mailall 2 news articles »
(13-01-2018)

Bitcoin investors face being BANNED from using their gains to get properties as mortgage lenders clamp down amid ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailBitcoin investors face being BANNED from using their gains to get properties as mortgage lenders clamp down amid ...Daily MailBitcoin investors looking to cash in on huge spikes in their cryptocurrencies to buy their own home could struggle to get on the property ladder. Investors in digital currencies, some of which have increased nearly 1,500 per cent in the past 12 months ...Bitcoin investors BANNED from using their mega-profits to buy houses amid money-laundering fearsThe Sunall 2 news articles »
(13-01-2018)

With online fraud and scams on the rise, are your savings really safe? Don't bank on it - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphWith online fraud and scams on the rise, are your savings really safe? Don't bank on itBelfast TelegraphAnd they also trusted the plausible-sounding villain on the phone who pretended to be their bank, and instructed them to take all their money and deposit it in an account somewhere in the Cayman Islands. For safe-keeping, obviously. Or maybe they ...
(13-01-2018)

Tenants face rent hikes as tax changes see one in five landlords planning to sell off properties - This is Money

This is MoneyTenants face rent hikes as tax changes see one in five landlords planning to sell off propertiesThis is MoneyOne in five landlords plan to reduce their property portfolios this year, according to an industry body. It comes as a raft of government tax changes to curb buy-to-let in the private rented sector in recent years begins to bite, the National Landlords ...and more »
(13-01-2018)

'Open banking' begins today. It poses one major threat to your money - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Open banking' begins today. It poses one major threat to your moneyTelegraph.co.ukToday marks a banking milestone that some have claimed is the most important in decades: “open banking”. If you've somehow not heard of it yet, you soon will. Your bank will ask you – if it hasn't already – whether you want to participate. If you say ...
(13-01-2018)

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 todayMirror.co.ukBan on 'rip-off' card surcharges for paying with debit or credit cards to take effectExpress.co.ukBan on 'rip-off' card surcharges comes into forceSky NewsMetro -This is Money -AOL UKall 44 news articles »
(13-01-2018)

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

The GuardianCredit cards: is this the end of the great rip-off?The GuardianUntil Friday, Flybe charged a 1% fee for bookings made by credit card or PayPal, and 2.5% for Amex cards. It told Guardian Money last week it would “continue to accept bookings paid by debit and credit cards”, but did not disclose further details. The ...Ban on 'rip-off' card surcharges comes into forceSky NewsShould small businesses raise their prices to compensate for the new card surcharge ban?This is MoneyCredit and debit card charges BANNED from this weekend: Everything you need to knowDaily StarMetroall 46 news articles »
(13-01-2018)
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