Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland to charge up to 49.9% interest on overdrafts from April
Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland will scrap daily fees for arranged overdrafts from April and instead charge an interest rate based on customers' credit history
22 January 2020
RBS and NatWest customers charged foreign purchase fees for buying from Apple UK
RBS and NatWest have promised to fix an issue which has seen some debit card customers charged foreign purchase fees when buying products from Apple UK's online store
1 August 2019
Martin: 'After 10 years there's finally an end to unfair bank charges'
Fixed daily overdraft fees will be banned and replaced with a single interest rate next April, the financial regulator has announced
7 June 2019
Santander to refund 20,000 customers after failing to warn them about overdraft charges
Santander is paying out £1.4 million in refunds to 20,000 customers, after it failed to send out warnings about unarranged overdraft fees
24 May 2019
Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland to hike overdraft fees for millions
Nearly all customers with an overdraft at Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland will see their charges increase from January - and someone with a constant £500 overdraft will pay around £40 a year more under the new system
23 November 2018
22,000 tax-free childcare payments delayed – here's what you need to know
Around 22,000 Tax-Free Childcare payments have been delayed by up to eight days, leaving parents at risk of late payment fees from their childcare provider
7 November 2018
Unarranged overdraft fees can cost bank customers £156 more than payday loans
Unarranged overdraft fees can cost bank customers up to seven and a half times more than borrowing from a payday loans
8 February 2017
11 ways to check if you're due £1,000s
Sentinel reclaim letters are being sent out, but it's not the only scandal: PPI, energy credit, bank charges and more
19 August 2015
Co-op Bank customers to pay less after overdraft fees revamp
Co-operative Bank current account customers who go overdrawn will see some fees fall from today, as it revamps charges
15 April 2015
Is bank charges reclaiming back? Martin Lewis thinks it could be
MoneySavingExpert.com creator Martin Lewis says a new court ruling has a chance of reopening the floodgates
23 September 2014
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