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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Raphaels Bank to shut all savings accounts in 60 days

    Raphaels Bank to shut all savings accounts in 60 days

    handing back £99m in deposits - where should savers head next?

    • The bank has been around 1787 but has struggled in recent years
    • It has already sold off its loan book and its owner has tried to sell the bank
    • In a statement on its website it said it has given depositors 60 days notice to find somewhere
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post smart meter forced by energy tariffs from the Big Six

    smart meter forced by energy tariffs from the Big Six

    You HAVE to get a smart meter for most of the top fixed energy tariffs from the Big Six - but we reveal the best deals that don't need one fitted

    • Many of the cheapest tariffs require a smart meter being fitted
    • Most smaller energy suppliers do not insist on the installation
    • We reveal the best
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Savers hit by cut to NS&I returns

    Savers hit by cut to NS&I returns

    Older savers will be hit by a significant cut to the returns on popular index-linked Savings Certificates from next year. Returns on the National Savings and Investments (NS&I) product are to track a less generous measure of inflation. The announcement, three days before the Budget, will benefit...
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  • so_so
    started a topic FRAUD MARKER CATEGORY 6 ON MY PROFILE

    FRAUD MARKER CATEGORY 6 ON MY PROFILE

    Dear all, I am new to this group and I would really like some advice as to what to do next, I'll try to make this as concise as I can.
    Sometime in November 2016 I applied for a Lloyd bank credit product and was declined, this wasn't the first time I've been declined a credit facility or a mobile...
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  • pipsaholic
    started a topic RBS Account Termination Letter

    RBS Account Termination Letter

    Hi,

    My bank has threatened me to set off my funds I hold with the bank current account and savings against any debt owed? Can they do this legally without my say so or do they require approval from the court. I don't hold bank accounts with any other creditors which I have credit cards,...
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  • Savings bloodbath at NatWest as bank slashes easy-access and Isa rates

    Savings bloodbath at NatWest as bank slashes easy-access and Isa rates

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 27th August 2016 07:32
    • NatWest cutting Isa and easy-access rates to just 0.01%
    • Means £1 of interest on £10,000 savings pot
    • Other banks are also making deep
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Isa savings at new record high, says HMRC

    Isa savings at new record high, says HMRC

    Isa savings at new record high, says HMRC

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 27th August 2016 07:35
    Savers put an average of £6,338 into Individual Savings Accounts (Isas) in the last financial year, a rise of 5% on the previous year and a record high.

    Overall
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  • Pension fees can cost 10% of savings, says Citizens Advice

    Pension fees can cost 10% of savings, says Citizens Advice

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 10th June 2016 13:23
    Withdrawing money from a pension fund can cost savers up to 10% of their retirement fund, according to Citizens Advice.
    The regulator, The Financial
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  • HMRC's taxing you on interest you've not been paid!

    HMRC's taxing you on interest you've not been paid!

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 8th June 2016 17:25
    Pensioners left out of pocket as tax codes are switched in sneaky raid


    • Savers being forced to survive on reduced incomes due to bungled tax
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  • Bank customers could be forced to foot bill for fraud on their accounts

    Bank customers could be forced to foot bill for fraud on their accounts

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 26th May 2016 15:42
    ......in future if they have lax online security


    • Customers could soon be blocked from claiming compensation for fraud
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  • Losttheplot
    started a topic Big ESA problem

    Big ESA problem

    Hello - my first post,
    i claimed ESA contributory in December 2012. I was on long term sick from work and coming to the end of my statutory sick pay and so was advised to claim ESA. I made the telephone application and was awarded it (ESA C ) without any problem - I had long term health issues,...
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  • PPI victims 'should have got £5bn more'

    PPI victims 'should have got £5bn more'

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 13th May 2016 15:20
    Twelve million consumers who were mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) should have got an extra £5bn, a group of MPs has said.

    That is the total amount that
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  • Council tax bailiffs should be called off, say charities

    Council tax bailiffs should be called off, say charities

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 4th May 2016 19:21
    Vulnerable residents with council tax debts should be given breathing space to repay arrears rather than face the threat of bailiffs, two charities say.
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  • Lloyds snubs loyal customers by taking away their free, interest-paying current accounts

    Lloyds snubs loyal customers by taking away their free, interest-paying current accounts

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 20th April 2016 13:07
    and tells them to sign up for one at £60 a year

    Lloyds customers are losing their free, interest-paying current
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  • Osborne Admits Disability Cuts Were A Mistake

    Osborne Admits Disability Cuts Were A Mistake

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 23rd March 2016 07:34
    The Chancellor admits his unpopular disability benefit cuts were wrong and will be scrapped saying: "We are all in this together."

    George Osborne
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