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Vanquis Bank to repay cardholders £169 million - ensure you don't miss out

Vanquis Bank has been ordered to pay 1.2 million customers almost £169 million in compensation

New rules to help customers choose a bank by its service

Rules coming into force next year will require banks to publish information to help customers compare their service

Banks may have to refund victims of cash transfer scams from next year

Victims tricked into transferring cash from their bank to a fraudster's account may be reimbursed from next year

Got an Equifax letter saying you were hacked? The helpline's struggling - here's what to do

Almost 700,000 British victims of the Equifax hack are receiving letters offering free identity protection

BrightHouse customers to share £14.8 million of refunds

Rent-to-own company BrightHouse is to pay £14.8 million to almost 250,000 customers as part of a redress scheme

Regulator probes Vanquis Bank over credit card repayment plan

Vanquis Bank is being investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority over its credit card repayment offer

Guest Comment: FCA on why “fundamental changes to unregulated overdrafts may be necessary”

The FCA's Chris Woolard sets out what the FCA has learned in its review of high-cost credit and where it will focus next

Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland to pay customers £283 million compensation over mortgage arrears

Almost 600,000 Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers are in line for payouts totalling £283 million

Banks to be forced to publish service data under new plans from regulator

Consumers could soon be given a clearer idea of how banks' and building societies' services differ

Admiral rapped by regulator over inaccurate auto-renewal letters

Customers given inaccurate auto-renewal letters by Admiral insurance will be able to cancel policies without penalty

Regulator denies payday loan cap will be lifted

The FCA has branded a claim that it will be relaxing the price cap on payday loans as "complete fiction"

High Court judge to consider bid for judicial review of PPI reclaim deadline

A PPI claims has applied to the High Court for a judicial review of the FCA's decision to set a time-bar on claims

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