MSE News

November

Three Mobile moving out-of-contract users to new deals as it axes old tariffs

Thousands of Three Mobile customers who are out-of-contract will be moved to new plans next year as it culls tariffs

11 November 2014

Payday loan costs to be capped by watchdog

People taking out payday loans will never have to pay back more than double what they originally borrowed, the FCA says

11 November 2014

Customers being 'ripped off' by banks on Faster Payments limits

The limit for transferring money by Faster Payments with your bank is £100,000, yet many banks set the limit much lower

10 November 2014

Guest Comment: Sarah Beeny decodes estate agent speak

Estate agent windows are a hotbed of flowery language. If you're baffled by descriptions, Sarah Beeny decodes them here

7 November 2014

Tesco starts refunding customers over paperwork blunder

Tesco Bank loan and credit card customers are receiving details of their share of £43m set aside due to paperwork errors

7 November 2014

Co-op Bank ditches travel rewards for credit card customers

About 12,000 Co-operative Bank travel credit card customers won't earn loyalty points to spend on holidays from December

6 November 2014

Petrol prices fall again at major supermarkets

If you're planning on filling up your car with petrol, wait until tomorrow at Asda or Sainsbury's as they cut prices

6 November 2014

Bank switching 'hassle' must be eliminated, as full-scale current account probe launched

A full-scale investigation of the current account market has been launched by the competition watchdog

6 November 2014

Don't forget to claim your winter fuel payment

If you're aged 62 or over, you could be due up to £300 from the Government to help cover the cost of your energy bills

6 November 2014

Child support arrears could be added to credit files

Parents who fail to pay child maintenance could find their information's passed to credit reference agencies

5 November 2014

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