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Barclays is struggling to keep up with payment protection insurance (PPI) claims from its customers, adding another £600 million to its redress fund.
Lloyds Bank has topped up its payment protection insurance (PPI) payout fund by another £1 billion, taking the total amount it alone has allocated for remediating customers who were mis-sold the...
Telecommunications company Vodafone, which has 20 million customers in the UK, has been slapped with a £4.6 million fine by the regulator Ofcom for “serious” breaches of consumer protection rules...
Directors of companies that harass consumers with nuisance calls could be directly liable for fines of up to £500,000 under Government plans that will take effect from spring 2017.
Many of us aren’t taking basic steps to keep safe online, as new research reveals that nearly half of the UK public (43%) use the same password for multiple online accounts.
Train passengers who experience delays of 15 minutes or longer will be able to claim compensation - albeit only 25% of their fare – “within months”, according to the Department for Transport (DfT...
Consumers will be able to find the help they need more easily on key financial matters with the creation of a new guidance body, the government says.
The number of people complaining about financial services has fallen in the last six months, according to the latest data from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Price comparison websites, mobile apps and other digital tools that enable consumers to compare products and services are to be probed by the competition watchdog.
Consumer group Which? has made the first super-complaint to financial regulators, calling on them to ensure banks better protect customers who are tricked into transferring money to a fraudster....
A new survey has found the average weekly pocket money is £7. But how much do you/did you pay your kids each week?
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