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Government seeks advice on how to include P2P lending in NISAs

17 October 2014

Savers are a step closer to being able to earn a tax-free income from peer-to-peer lending

Payday loan firms to be forced onto comparison sites

9 October 2014

Payday lenders will be forced to provide details of their products on comparison websites, under proposals from the CMA

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

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2 September 2014

Payday loan debt problems soar

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

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

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

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

17 July 2014

Provident is latest firm caught sending misleading payment demands

Short-term lender Provident is the latest firm to have used dubious 'legal' tactics to pressure people to pay off debts

15 July 2014

Payday loans cap will slash costs, regulator says

The FCA says the cost of payday loans and other high-cost short-term credit will fall 'significantly' under its plans

15 July 2014

Tell the regulator: Has it got payday loan cap right?

Today, the FCA is proposing a cap on payday loans to stop excessive charges being passed on to customers

14 July 2014

Payday lender The Money Shop lent thousands too much money, watchdog rules

Over 6,000 borrowers who were lent more than they could afford are to be refunded a combined total of more than 700,000

1 July 2014

Payday lenders face rollover crackdown from today

Payday lenders will no longer be able to roll over loans more than twice from today

27 June 2014

Is it just Wonga? Send us your debt demands from fake lawyers

MoneySavingExpert is calling for you to email us copies of any letters you've received from fake lawyers chasing debts

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