Banking & Saving
Cash machine users face the threat of new fees to withdraw money at thousands of ATMs amid an industry row over service
The level of protection for individual savers with money in banks and building societies that go bust is set to increase
Stray payments sent to your old bank account could be redirected to your new account decades after you've switched
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Amazon has rolled out a rewards credit card that allows cardholders to earn points that can be redeemed for gift cards
Online shoppers are being conned out of £100s after giving up bank details to bogus emails claiming to be from Amazon
Time is running out for millions of taxpayers to file their online self-assessment tax return by the end of the month
Tesco Bank credit card-holders stung with unexpected charges after being caught out by '0% interest' offer
A '0% interest on purchases' offer for Tesco Bank credit card-holders in the run-up to Christmas has left many "furious"
Lloyds Banking Group customers are struggling to access their accounts for the second day running due to a malfunction
Banks are desperate for your custom. Customers complain about their bank's services, but why bitch when you can switch?
Santander refuses to refund pensioner after conman steals £40,000 life savings in bank ‘smishing’ scam
A grandmother who had her £40,000 savings stolen by a con-man has been told by her bank that it won't cover her losses
High street bank TSB has today slashed the interest rate it pays on its Classic Plus current account from 5% to 3%
It's Christmas week so if you've time off (or you're bored at work), follow our pointers to boost your coffers...
The Payment Systems Regulator has rejected calls from Which? to make banks refund the victims of 'transfer fraud'
Savers using the Lifetime ISA won't be charged the 25% penalty in the scheme's first year
Millions benefitting from fee-free basic bank accounts, but some Lloyds and RBS customers are missing out
More than four million banking customers benefitted from fee-free basic accounts during the opening six months of 2016