Because the Universe decided that HSBC isn’t quite hated enough by the world, the bank has decided to begin shuttering accounts of UK nationals in Jersey.
Business banking news review: week ending 12 March 2015 If the Financial Inclusion Commission is to believed, nearly 2 million Brits are going without any sort of personal or business bank account right now. According to the FIC’s latest figures, these individuals are truly running the risk of being disconnected from what the commission calls […]
Countless Barclays customers are furious after being informed that they’re being forced into an unwanted and unsolicited switch to a different current account.
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.
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.
Here’s a riddle for you: why stick with a High Street bank that’s not meeting your needs whilst upstart banking providers are running circles around them?
The financial ombudsman released new figures concerning the worst banks in the UK in terms of number of complaints – and it’s clear customers have had enough.
A mass exodus is happening in the personal and business bank account world, with account holders desperately looking for greener pastures wherever they can.
Each week there are winners and losers when it comes to public opinion in the financial services sector – and this week HSBC has lost in a major way.
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.