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Britain’s best bank accounts revealed – and those you should avoid

Find out which banks made our Recommended Provider list, from high street stalwarts to phone-based and app-based challenger brands.

Revealed: the best and worst banks for online security

The latest banking investigation from Which? reveals the best and worst banks for online security, exposing those lagging behind the rest of the industry. Our tests were performed by independent...

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Keto diet pill scam targets Facebook users

Beware of this Ketopurediet.com keto diet pill scam on Facebook, designed to lure you in with a product payment which will later result in additional, random payments from you which you won't get refunded.

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New online security checks kick in today: what will your bank require?

Banks are set to introduce stringent new security checks for customers shopping online, logging onto their account or making contactless payments. Find out what your bank will do.

Scam alert: fraudsters exploit new online security checks with phishing attacks

Scammers are mimicking new security measures designed to keep you safe online, by sending fake emails that attempt to steal your banking credentials and personal data.  Banks, card providers and...

Revealed: the best and worst student bank accounts for 2019

A Which? survey of thousands of undergraduates has revealed the best and worst bank accounts for students in the coming year. Find out how your provider ranks.

Revealed: the best and worst packaged bank accounts

Packaged bank accounts have been put to the test by Which? Money, with the very best saving you almost £200 per year. Find out which accounts are worth the cost.

New rules could help people with medical conditions find affordable travel insurance

The Financial Conduct Authority is considering plans for a new signposting service that would point customers with medical conditions to more affordable travel cover.

New online security checks exclude people without mobile phones or decent signal

Banks may soon require you to use your mobile phone to validate online payments - but more than 1.6m Brits live in a coverage blackspot.

Already made a PPI claim? You could still be owed money

Lloyds, NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have improved their payment protection insurance (PPI) complaints processes for checking against a claimant’s full policy history following a Which? investigation, but...

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