Barclaycard revamps its cashback credit cards: Will customers lose out?
700,000 Barclaycard customers with a cashback credit card will be moved to a new deal in May
14 March 2014
Cancelled Direct Line car insurance? You could be due a refund
Past and present Direct Line customers who've cancelled car insurance mid-term could be in line for a refund
3 February 2014
Barclaycard to fix Egg credit card transfer problems
Former Egg credit card customers have reported erroneous charges and failed direct debits after the switchover to Barclaycard
11 November 2011
What the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society takeover means for you
N&P has this week been taken over by Yorkshire Building Society, which means big changes for some of its customers
4 November 2011
Major changes for Egg customers as takeover completes
The final stages of the sale of Egg were finalised this week, meaning big changes for its 1.7 million customers
3 November 2011
Barclaycard to maintain 1% Egg Money cashback
The future of the perk had been in doubt after the UK's largest credit card provider bought Egg's plastic business
19 September 2011
Yorkshire Building Society to buy Egg: How it affects you
The buy-out, expected to be complete towards the end of the year, will mean reduced protection for some savers
25 July 2011
Egg closes credit cards to new customers
Egg has pulled its credit cards from sale to new customers ahead of the takeover of its plastic business by Barclaycard
31 March 2011
Barclaycard to buy 1.15 million Egg customers
1 March 2011
Credit card shake-up begins with MBNA payment overhaul
31 August 2010
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Aviva and Persimmon to shake-up leasehold clauses and refund some homeowners - here's what it means for you23 June 2021Thousands of homeowners with Aviva and Persimmon leases are set to benefit following a crackdown on unfair terms by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). Many of these leaseholders have found themselves trapped in homes they've struggled to sell due to doubling ground rent clauses and unaffordable freehold prices.
New plastic £50 note featuring Alan Turing goes into circulation - but you can still use paper versions until September 202223 June 2021A new plastic £50 note featuring the inventor and codebreaker Alan Turing has entered circulation today (23 June). It will replace the current paper design featuring entrepreneur Matthew Boulton and engineer James Watt, which you'll no longer be able to use from 30 September 2022.
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