Find out whether you're eligible for the First Direct switching incentive, and how it measures up to other switching offers.
Banks can now protect their outbound numbers so that criminals can't copy them to make their scams more convincing - but not all have done so, Which? Money reveals.
Banks have various tools at their disposal to stop scammers from impersonating them. But Which? has discovered that not every bank is making use of these vital protections, meaning their customers could be sitting ducks for the most sophisticated attacks.
Which? has today called on the regulator to make banks publish data on how many customers are refunded when they fall victim to a bank transfer scam.
Which? is calling for stronger protections for fraud victims after finding more than £700,000 is lost to bank transfer scams every day.
NatWest Group customers will soon be able to set their own daily bank transfer limit to help fight fraud, and other banks could follow suit, Which? reveals.
Find out how to avoid the closure of your Barclays Blue Rewards membership, plus how the current account cashback scheme is set to change.
The Treasury revealed the next steps for legislating cash access, UK Finance announced a new action group and we launched our cash acceptance pledge.
Aldi, Asda, Co-op, John Lewis, Lloyds Pharmacy, Waitrose, and more take the pledge giving shoppers the confidence that their cash won’t be rejected at the till.
Which? speaks to affected customers who are unsure when - or if - they’ll see their money again and explains what to do if your account is frozen.