MoneySavingExpert News

Barclays

Money talks - Barclays now lets you make payments via Siri

Barclays has become the first UK bank to let you send payments by asking Apple's voice-activated virtual assistant Siri

24 August 2017

Barclays customers face online and telephone banking disruption

Barclays customers are to be locked out of online and telephone banking once a month during upcoming maintenance

16 August 2017

Current account switch decline – which banks were the winners and losers?

More than 900,000 current accounts were switched in the last 12 months – a drop of 15% compared with the previous year

26 July 2017

Almost 40% of us now use banking apps

Almost 40% of UK adults now use banking apps, with about 30 transactions taking place every second

29 June 2017

Got a Barclays account? Sign up to its rewards NOW for a free £55 in a year (though switching's better)

Barclays current account holders who join its Blue Rewards scheme by 30 April can get double rewards for the first month

4 April 2017

Barclays customers left unable to use cards and make payments after 'technical difficulties'

A large number of Barclays customers were left unable to pay with their debit cards or make ATM withdrawals on Saturday

25 February 2017

Barclays bottom of MSE customer service league, as First Direct retains top spot

First Direct has once again been crowned king of customer service in MoneySavingExpert.com's biannual banking poll

17 February 2017

Barclays Blue Rewards are now tax-free – how to get a free £55 in a year (though switching's better)

Sign up to Barclays Blue Rewards scheme by 30 November and you'll get double rewards for the first month

7 November 2016

Small rise in current account switching as Halifax makes biggest gains

Just over 1% of the 70 million active current accounts in the UK were switched in the first nine months of this year

20 October 2016

Current account complaints fall 10% in first half of 2016

The number of complaints lodged against banks and other financial services firms fell by 2.6% between January and June

6 October 2016