British charities working in conflict zones are having their business bank accounts closed left and right thanks to fearful, and cowardly banking providers.
Yorkshire Building Society complained this week that the new rules put into place to make it easier for customers to switch bank accounts aren’t doing enough.
Two Royal Bank of Scotland group banks, RBS and NatWest, have forged ahead into the 21st century by adopting thumb print reading technology from Apple.
Countless Barclays customers are furious after being informed that they’re being forced into an unwanted and unsolicited switch to a different current account.
In a move that must surely be the result of some febrile mind somewhere, Halifax has come up with a new service: online banking for children.
Last year saw a record number of Brits switching personal and business bank accounts to new providers, according to new data from the Payments Council.
News that the inflation rate in the UK has dropped like a defunct Russian satellite from orbit have done little to assuage those with awful savings accounts.
Banks and building societies across the UK have given it to the nation’s savers on the chin once more, with interest rates being slashed on scores of products.
If you’ve got a personal or business bank account – and who doesn’t? – you need to look out for fraudsters looking to scam you out of your hard-earned cash.
The UK’s biggest building society says that online banking activity on Christmas Day shoots through the roof every year, just like clockwork.