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Hundreds of thousands in line for ATM refunds

Hundreds of thousands of consumers are in line for a refund of cash left at RBS and HSBC ATMs

HSBC and First Direct customers to get Post Office banking

From next spring HSBC and First Direct personal current account customers will be able to bank at Post Office branches

Scrap cash machine curbs, RBS and Lloyds TSB told

MPs have urged RBS and Lloyds to drop restrictions on customers with basic bank accounts using other cash machines

Lloyds TSB's partial re-think over basic bank account cash access

Basic bank account customers will soon have access to all ATMs within the Lloyds Banking Group

MPs hit out at RBS and Lloyds over basic bank account ATM access

Two of Britain's largest banks have been told to justify restrictions on basic account customers using rivals' ATMs

RBS and Natwest punish basic account holders in ATM crackdown

The pair's basic bank account customers will no longer be able to use rivals' cash machines

FSA's new pre-paid card rules come with a catch

Unused cash on a pre-paid card must now be repaid in full on request, but could still be subject to huge charges

Sainsbury's £5 worldwide family travel insurance loophole

A new fee-charging credit card offers travel cover, yet you could ditch the plastic once you return from holiday

HSBC to dispense more £5 notes

It will soon have fivers in 10% of its ATMs, in part of a wider banking move to up the supply of such notes

£5-only cash machines launched

Bank Machine has installed 21 ATMs across Britain that only give out fivers, regardless how much money is withdrawn

Banks slammed over plastic charges

Shoppers could be saved £480m a year if banks stop high fees on processing purchases with credit and debit cards.

True or false? Scottish notes aren't legal tender

As the Edward Elgar £20 note is set to be phased out at the end of June, we bring you the facts and fiction of your cash

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