Two bits of interesting news this week: first of all, there’s literally millions of Brits who don’t have bank accounts – but this could change very soon indeed.
This week saw the unbelievable revelation that not one but two Barclays employees – at different branches – have been involved in some major fraud scandals.
This week the news is absolutely brimming with stories regarding banks looking to reform their terribly tarnished reputations by any way they can.
It’s more of the same this week in the banking arena, with reports emerging that even as some providers expand their offerings others use underhanded tactics.
When it rains it pours for RBS: not one but two major fiascoes have sent the beleaguered bank scrambling to apologise and regroup.
Fraudsters have been working double-time to scam money out of bank branches lately, with the police have uncovering and foiling scheme after scheme.
Every bank in the UK might have its share of ups and downs, but this week Barclays takes the dubious honour of having the worst problems hands down.
It seems like that the Government will find a way to profit on the UK personal and business bank account industry come hell or high water!
The personal and business bank account world is not-so-secretly in a shambles this week, as disastrous and embarrassing mis-steps come to light.
The state of the UK personal and business banking system is in a shambles – banks are re-branding or shuttering branches left and right, but will this help?