The FCA has been sent a letter kick-starting the legal process which could lead to a judicial review of the PPI deadline
The card scheme says it's "reviewing options" including one which would force almost all contactless payments 'online'
The regulator has today unveiled plans to force credit card companies to help customers stuck in persistent debt
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The world of 0% credit card advertising is a 'wild west' with consumers left unprotected, an MSE investigation has found
Andrew Bailey, Financial Conduct Authority chief executive, says it's working to stamp out contactless card fraud
The regulator is cutting off PPI reclaims - if you HAVE or EVER HAD a loan, credit card, mortgage, etc. take note
The regulator has announced a final deadline of 29 August 2019 for consumers to reclaim mis-sold PPI
More than 300,000 Ace and Studio shoppers are in line for refunds after they were flogged near-useless insurance
An advert is falsely claiming Martin made money from a type of investment which he would never use or recommend
Problems with PPI still make up more than half of all complaints received by the Financial Ombudsman Service
Bank of America-owned MBNA has 2.5 million UK cardholders, and is set to continue as a distinct brand
The FCA has delayed making its final decision on a deadline for reclaiming PPI
Two years on from the payday loan charge cap, the FCA will widen its focus to review all expensive loans
New rules from the regulator will force firms to tell you if their rivals are cheaper