Contactless card fraud cases continue to surface following MSE investigation
One woman had three cancelled contactless cards used by fraudsters while others have also reported being targeted
20 December 2016
Regulator rejects call to make banks refund transfer scam victims
The Payment Systems Regulator has rejected calls from Which? to make banks refund the victims of 'transfer fraud'
16 December 2016
National Lottery accounts feared hacked – stay secure online with strong passwords
About 26,500 National Lottery accounts may have been hacked, and 50 of those have since seen suspicious activity
30 November 2016
Regulator reviewing contactless card security after MSE investigation
Lloyds Banking Group has responded to a request for information from the Financial Conduct Authority
9 November 2016
Tesco Bank hacked – your rights and how to get a refund
Thousands of Tesco Bank current accounts were compromised by fraudsters over the weekend
7 November 2016
Lloyds and Halifax contactless fraud procedures 'under review' after MSE reveals security flaw
Banks to examine their policies after we revealed lost and stolen cards can be used by crooks months after cancellation
26 September 2016
Financial scams skyrocket by 50% in first half of 2016 - keep your info safe
Financial fraud has skyrocketed year-on-year with more than one million incidents reported in the first half of 2016
20 September 2016
Students heading to uni hit by bursary 'phishing' scam
Students at major UK universities have been targeted by emails which claim to offer them a Government bursary
16 September 2016
Banks must take action over contactless card security flaw, says leading MP
A leading MP has said banks must do more to protect customers after MSE revealed a major contactless card security flaw
9 September 2016
Contactless card fraud warning: Crooks can use them MONTHS after cancellation
A theft victim discovered crooks using his contactless card EIGHT months later, even though it was cancelled
8 September 2016
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Autumn Budget 2021: Concerns raised over potential moves to raise the 0.75% charging cap on pensions27 October 2021The Government said it is to consult on possible changes to the 0.75% cap on pension fund charges, potentially raising the ceiling so that the funds can be used to invest in more expensive projects, such as renewable energy.
Autumn Budget 2021: Universal Credit cash boost confirmed for millions of workers but £20 uplift won't return27 October 2021The taper rate, which is the amount Universal Credit payments are reduced by when you're in work, will fall from 63% to 55%.
Autumn Budget 2021: Cuts announced to alcohol and air passenger duties, while the levy on fuel is frozen for the 12th year in a row27 October 2021Sizeable cuts to alcohol and air passenger duties were announced by Rishi Sunak in today's Autumn Budget 2021, while the Chancellor froze the levy on fuel for the 12th year in a row.
Autumn Budget 2021: From minimum wage increases to fuel duty freezes - here's a full round-up of today's big announcements27 October 2021Chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his Autumn Budget to the House of Commons on Wednesday 25 October, where he'll set out the Government’s financial strategy.
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21 September 2021There are more myths and misunderstandings about student finance than any other subject. So in this blog is my updated 2021/22 version of the must knows, with links to far more info.
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