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Guest comment: 'Payday loan ads should be banned before the watershed'

15 September 2014

The Children's Society is calling for a change in law to ban payday loan adverts from TV and radio before 9pm

MoneySaver wins 'first' bank charges court case since 2007

12 September 2014

Oliver Foster-Burnell has won a bank charges case against Lloyds TSB at Taunton County Court

Payday loan debt problems soar

2 September 2014

The number of people struggling to cope with payday loan debts has risen by more than 13,000 in the past year

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29 August 2014

Two and a half million PPI complaints to be reopened

The FCA says firms have agreed to reopen 2.5m PPI complaints to ensure fair redress is paid

28 August 2014

Amazon credit card customer? You can't earn loyalty points from October

Amazon credit card customers should consider switching to another reward card, as they won't earn Amazon loyalty points

27 August 2014

RBS fined £14.5m over mortgage advice

RBS and NatWest fined £14.5m after the Financial Conduct Authority found 'serious failings' in mortgage advice given

19 August 2014

Complaints about 'payday loan middlemen' soar

Complaints about 'Payday loan middlemen' sites that take money from people's accounts have doubled in the last year

16 August 2014

HSBC revamps overdraft fees: Are you a winner or loser?

Nine million HSBC and First Direct customers will be affected by an overhaul of overdraft fees from November

12 August 2014

Student loan deferment threshold to fall: Q&A on why it's happening

The Government is lowering the earnings threshold for people with a pre-1998 mortgage style loan. We find out why...

11 August 2014

Student loan interest rates to fall from September, but fewer graduates eligible to defer

Graduates will pay less interest on their student loans from September, but fewer people will be able to defer

4 August 2014

Got an HSBC personal loan? You could be due a share of £218m in refunds

HSBC has set aside nearly £218 million to refund the interest paid by some 'fixed sum unsecured loan' customers

1 August 2014

'Halifax, Lloyds TSB and NatWest's fake letters as bad as Wonga's'

MoneySavingExpert.com has compiled a 'fake' letter ranking based on the debt collection letters we've received

30 July 2014

Barclays' PPI bill climbs to £4.85 billion

Barclays today announced that it has set aside a further £900 million to pay for its part in the PPI mis-selling scandal

24 July 2014

Hit by 1990s student loans blunder? Check for Erudio packs in post

If you were sent misleading letters about your student loans, check for the correct paperwork coming in the post

18 July 2014

NatWest and Halifax caught sending misleading debt demands

NatWest and Halifax are the latest firms we've found to have sent misleading payment demands to customers in debt

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