Competition betwixt High Street lenders and new upstarts is hotting up, which is good for consumers – but experts say that free accounts may be a casualty.
Criminals and fraudsters have begun to come out of the woodwork like mad lately, perpetrating crimes left and right that have left Brits penniless.
MPs have finally pulled out the big guns in retaliation against the taxman’s plan to raid personal and business bank accounts to punish debtors.
Personal and business bank account providers do their best to keep their customers on their toes – even as some make their offerings better, others get worse.
No one wants to spend all day in queue at their local branch in order to conduct their financial matters, but is online banking really all that helpful?
Current accounts – which are rapidly replacing savings accounts as good deals – might be even easier to switch to in the very near future.
This week saw Tesco Bank throwing its hat in the ring officially with its new current account offering, prompting banks to step up their game in other areas.
So here’s one that you should be seriously concerned about: you could have only two weeks before Russian hackers empty your personal or business bank accounts.
The mass exodus from High Street banks has begun, and the nation’s mutuals and building societies are benefiting – but possible disaster looms on the horizon.
Better keep your cheque books close – new reports this week have revealed that not only is banking fraud growing in volume it’s also cropping up everywhere.