Millions of people could be owed millions of pounds in an emerging scandal over mobile phone charges.
Blog Category: Credit
Britain’s financial regulator is growing concerned about the possible effects of a downturn in the economy in 2020.
With borrowers worried about what might happen once the dust settles on the great Brexit debate, there has been a massive rise in the number of 10 year fixed mortgages available.
PPI? Surely that’s all over and done with – and anyway isn’t the deadline for claims in just a few weeks?
A surprise decision by the Court Of Appeal in London means Mastercard will have to face the threat of £14 billion in compensation claims which it thought it had escaped two years ago.
Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) chief executive Ross McEwan has admitted it could take up to 10 years for the bank to restore trust in its reputation after it came joint bottom in a customer satisfaction survey.
The figures surrounding what is probably the biggest ever financial scandal ever to hit the UK are truly mind-boggling.
One of Britain’s top bank bosses has warned that a bad Brexit could tip the country’s economy back into recession.
Britain’s financial regulator has fined Tesco Bank £16.4 million over a cyber attack in 2016 which cost its customers £2.26 million in the first penalty of its kind.
Britain’s telecoms regulator has told the mobile phone industry that the way some firms are doing business is ‘unacceptable’ and has to change.