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Beware of the Scammers

BEWARE OF THE SCAMMERS

Covid-19 saw the nation pull together in a way that our generation has been lucky enough until now to never see before.

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TSB to open dedicated IT centre for digital banking

TSB to open dedicated IT centre for digital banking

Challenger bank TSB is to open a dedicated IT centre as part of its drive towards digital banking.

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Mobile rip-off owes millions £ Millions?

Millions owed £millions in mobile rip-off?

Millions of people could be owed millions of pounds in an emerging scandal over mobile phone charges.

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How safe is your mobile banking?

How safe is your mobile banking?

Cyber experts are warning consumers about a spoof mobile phone program which can steal your log-in details.

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Thousands affected by new TSB IT crash

Thousands affected by new TSB IT crash

Thousands of TSB customers were left without access to their wages when the bank’s computer system crashed again.

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Testing failures caused TSB IT meltdown

Testing failures caused TSB IT meltdown

The IT meltdown which locked 1.9 million TSB customers out of their accounts last year could have been prevented if the system was properly tested.

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Frequency of bank IT crashes ‘unacceptable’

Frequency of bank IT crashes ‘unacceptable’

A powerful Commons committee has condemned the frequency of UK bank IT crashes as ‘unacceptable’.

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FCA fines Carphone Warehouse £29 million

FCA fines Carphone Warehouse £29 million

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Carphone Warehouse £29 million for mis-selling mobile phone insurance.

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TSB IT fiasco cost £330.2 million and 80,000 customers

TSB IT fiasco cost £330.2 million and 80,000 customers

Challenger bank TSB has revealed that last year’s disastrous IT meltdown cost it £330.2 million and lost it 80,000 customers.

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Digital-only banking boom predicted

Digital-only banking boom predicted

New research predicts that a quarter of all Brits will have a digital-only bank account within the next five years.

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