MSE News

June

Letting agency fees 'truly out of control'

Tenants are having to go without food and heating to cover 'out of control' letting agency costs, says Shelter

12 June 2013

Lloyds admits PPI complaints 'issues' after newspaper probe

Lloyds Banking Group has admitted 'issues' with the handling of customers' PPI complaints, following an investigation

11 June 2013

Moving banks is getting easier – but don't wait to ditch and switch

The Payments Council has today announced further details to ensure customers can switch bank accounts within seven days

11 June 2013

Take action on bank charges: Protect yourself from unpaid item fees

MoneySavingExpert.com is urging consumers to take precautions to avoid being hit with unpaid item fees

11 June 2013

Payday loan ads should be banned from universities, NUS says

The NUS has launched a campaign urging colleges and universities to ban advertising by payday lenders on campuses

10 June 2013

Payment failed on payday? Banks to give customers more time to avoid charges

Seven high street giants have agreed to put payments through later in the day if they are rejected first time

7 June 2013

Tesco Clubcard: Check accounts now, as fraud reports continue

Tesco Clubcard users are still reporting stolen vouchers as police investigations into a recent security breach continue

7 June 2013

Help to Buy mortgage scheme aiding 4,000 home buyers, builders say

An extra 4,000 people are set to buy a home following the launch of the Government's Help to Buy mortgage scheme

6 June 2013

Wahanda ditches 'free manicure' deal

Beauty website Wahanda changed T&Cs of a £10-off code, denying shoppers 'free manicure' deal it promised

6 June 2013

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