Ratesetter investors furious as 'technical issue' delays withdrawals after account closures
Thousands of Ratesetter investors have been left waiting to get their cash back from closed accounts after a 'technical issue' delayed withdrawals made over the Bank Holiday weekend and on Tuesday. The peer-to-peer lender says it's now fixed the problem though, and says payments should arrive in customers' accounts by the end of Thursday (8 April).
8 April 2021
Santander to cut 123 current account interest AGAIN - and it'll now pay 0.3%
Santander customers with the bank's popular 123 current account will see the interest paid on savings drop to just 0.3%.
14 January 2021
Premium Bond savings hit 14-year record: £1.5 billion worth bought in April as savings rates fell
£1.5 billion-worth of bonds were bought in April as savings rates started to tumble
1 June 2020
Marcus and Saga cut easy-access rates AGAIN – should you switch?
Marcus has dropped its rate to 1.05% and Saga to 1%. For both it's the second drop in a month
13 May 2020
Marcus and Saga cut easy-access savings rates again
The two top-paying easy-access savings providers Marcus and Saga cut the interest they pay new customers to 1.2% on Friday, and existing customers will also see rates drop. But after rival bank Aldermore also cut its rates over the weekend, Marcus and Saga remain the best buys
20 April 2020
Fresh blow to savers as interest slashed on Marcus and Saga top easy-access accounts
Savers have been dealt another blow after the interest rates of the two top-paying easy-access accounts were today cut to 1.3%
19 February 2020
Premium Bond prize rate to be cut to 1.3%
Premium Bond holders will have a lower chance of winning a prize from May, while those with NS&I savings products will see their interest rates cut
18 February 2020
Nationwide and TSB to hike mortgages but won't pass the full interest rate rise on to many savers
Nationwide and TSB have confirmed they won't pass on the full interest rate rise to most savers
7 August 2018
Big banks hike mortgages but keep schtum on savings after base rate rise
Some banks and building societies are hiking mortgage prices after yesterday's base rate rise, but not savings rates
3 August 2018
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