When it rains it pours for RBS: not one but two major fiascoes have sent the beleaguered bank scrambling to apologise and regroup.
It’s easy to bemoan our country as being too easy on our banks, but things could be worse – we could be living in a country where bad banks get off Scot free.
If you’re anything like me, you hear the word ‘bitcoin’ and wonder just what in the world that is – but we might all be in for a crash course very, very soon.
Banks and building societies love to tout their ‘best buy’ savings accounts and ‘affordable’ loans, but these great deals are truly anything but.
Well it’s official – the nation’s personal and business bank account providers are letting the side down when it comes to current account switching.
Fraudsters have been working double-time to scam money out of bank branches lately, with the police have uncovering and foiling scheme after scheme.
Interest rates on personal and business bank accounts have been abysmal lately, but there are some relatively decent deals if you know where to look.
The one-two punch of high overdraft fees and abysmally low interest rates on savings accounts is wreaking havoc with Brits with no end in sight.
The Government’s latest programme to improve access to credit, the Help to Buy scheme, seems to be growing by leaps and bounds as of late.
Senior bankers could face some serious consequences for mis-managing their banks in the future – but we need help regulating these bastards today!