MoneySavingExpert News

February

Tesco cancels credit cards after 'data breach' at mystery retailer

A data breach at an unidentified online retailer may have led to credit card users' details being 'compromised'

5 February 2016

The MSE Big Energy Switch Event 4

We've negotiated cheaper than the cheapest gas and electricity – choose from short or long fix, elec-only or 100% green

4 February 2016

Ofgem to probe Age UK charity's energy deal with E.on

The energy regulator says it is looking into claims about deals offered by E.on and the charity Age UK

4 February 2016

Government refuses to budge on women's state pension changes following second MP debate

The Government has refused to budge on changes to women's state pension following a second parliamentary debate

3 February 2016

Give those in debt crisis 'breathing space' to buy food, Martin Lewis and StepChange urge Government

MSE's Martin Lewis and charity StepChange have called on the Government to help those struggling with temporary debt

3 February 2016

Tastecard members stung by £40 fee after auto-renewal – don't be caught out

The Tastecard restaurant discount scheme is facing a catalogue of complaints from users who've been auto-renewed

2 February 2016

Scottish Power the third big six firm to cut gas prices – but switch to save more

Scottish Power is to cut its gas prices by 5.4% from 15 March

2 February 2016

Prepay energy user? You've four weeks left to claim a free £12 credit

Over a million prepaid energy users yet to claim a £12 rebate have only got until 28 February to do so

1 February 2016