MSE News

January

Mis-sold CPP card protection customers back redress scheme

A CPP redress scheme gets the green light from customers - it now just needs to be approved by the High Court

9 January 2014

Customers vent fury as WorldStores fails to deliver

Home and garden e-tailer WorldStores has come under fire from shoppers, after goods have failed to be delivered on time

9 January 2014

Online driving records could cut car insurance bills

Motorists could see insurance premiums cut by up to £15 a year, as all driving licence records are being put online

9 January 2014

Metro Bank to charge for debit card use outside Europe

From 18 March Metro Bank current account customers will be charged when using their debit card outside Europe

8 January 2014

House prices up 7.5% in 2013, Halifax says

House prices rose by 7.5% annually in December, but fell month-on-month, says Halifax

8 January 2014

Npower confirms energy bill cut – but prices are still up

Npower customers will see bills fall following Government intervention, but prices are still up after winter hikes

8 January 2014

BT now charges for 1571 – opt out if you don't use it

BT now charges for its previously-free 1571 answer phone and caller display services - so opt out now to cut costs

7 January 2014

'Murky' pension practices to be tackled

Retired workers will be able to 'shop around' for new annuity schemes, pensions minister Steve Webb has said

6 January 2014

Travel insurer Staysure hit by data breach: Check your card statement now

Nearly 100,000 customers with Staysure travel insurance policies have had data, including card details stolen

6 January 2014

Scottish Power and SSE cut bills, but prices are still up

Scottish Power and SSE customers will see bills fall following Government intervention, but prices are still up

6 January 2014

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