Car finance and high-cost credit payment holidays extended
The financial regulator has confirmed further measures to support borrowers struggling to make payments on car finance deals, buy-now-pay-later agreements and other credit products due to the coronavirus pandemic, with many able to get another three-month payment holiday if needed
15 July 2020
Payday lender Sunny goes into administration
Payday loan provider Sunny has collapsed into administration and will no longer be offering new loans
29 June 2020
Mis-sold Wage Day Advance payday loan customers will get back less than 6% of compensation claims
Compensation will be just 5.68p in every £1 as administrator KPMG says there's no more money available for claims
22 May 2020
Mis-sold Wonga customers to get 4.3% of compensation claims
Those who were mis-sold payday loans from Wonga before it collapsed will receive just 4.3% of the compensation they're owed, according to the firm's administrators
30 January 2020
Steep rise in payday loan claims – but 1,000s are being stung by unnecessary fees
The number of complaints against payday loan firms soared by 130% in the past year, new figures from the the financial watchdog show. But the majority of claimants are using claims management firms, meaning they won't get the full compensation payout if successful.
16 May 2019
Mis-sold customers of Wage Day Advance and Juo Loans won't be given full compensation
Administrators for payday loan providers Wage Day Advance and Juo Loans, which collapsed in February, have admitted that customers who are owed compensation will only receive a "partial payment" for their claims
3 April 2019
Payday lenders told to offer compensation
The financial regulator has written to payday lenders today telling them they must compensate customers who were sold unaffordable loans
15 October 2018
Wonga goes into administration - what it means for you & Martin Lewis's view
Wonga has gone into administration, marking the end of the road for the UK's largest payday loan firm. Below you can read MoneySavingExpert.com founder Martin Lewis's view
31 August 2018
Actor Michael Sheen to take on high cost lenders
Hollywood actor Michael Sheen has launched a new campaign to tackle high cost credit
20 March 2018
Four in 10 workers have had no pay rise in the last year, poll of MSE users finds
Forty-one per cent of those in work have not had a pay rise in the past year, according to a new poll of MSE users
15 November 2017
28 July 2021
New. Broadband price war
Incl cheapest deal in 18mths - '£13/mth'
Travel insurance from £9/week
Incl some Covid cover
New. Help if you're 'pinged' or told to isolate
Martin's video explainer
Slash PCR travel test costs to £40
Avoid £100+ fees
'I reclaimed £3,500 in packaged bank fees'
'...going back to 1990'
15 summer cinema savers
Incl £2.50 entry & free O2 Monday tickets
Updated. Should you join diesel compensation claims?
Against Audi, BMW, Ford etc
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