Fraud has reached record levels during the pandemic, Which? analysis of Action Fraud data shows. We reveal the fastest-growing threats and how to stay safe.
The Treasury revealed the next steps for legislating cash access, UK Finance announced a new action group and we launched our cash acceptance pledge.
Women have a lower average credit score than men, which could mean they are paying more to borrow. Which? offers advice on how to beat the gender credit score gap.
Santander will close 111 branches this summer, reducing its network from 563 to 452. Find out if your local branch is about to disappear.
Experian knows a lot more than just your credit score. Here we explain what it knows, where it gets its data and how you can opt out.
The UK’s biggest banks have rallied around protecting access to cash, but the varying levels of commitment underline the urgent need for government action.
HSBC has revealed plans to close 82 of its branches by the end of September 2021, reducing its number of banks from 593 to 511. Find out if your local is on the list.
A third of people have tried to pay for something in cash and been unable to do so since the first national lockdown, new research from Which? shows.
If you’re applying for a mortgage, a loan or even a mobile phone contract in 2021, then your credit score will be key to deciding your eligibility.
Which? meets communities experimenting with new ways to access cash, from free ATMs to pop-up Post Offices, and explains why cash matters.