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Nationwide is winning the current account switching war

Nationwide Building Society has gained over 30,000 new current account customers, according to the latest switching figures published by Bacs, while disgruntled Santander customers voted with their feet after the bank...

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New Jane Austen £10 note unveiled

New Jane Austen £10 note unveiled with the new note to be most secure yet

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Santander pays 5% cashback when you pay by mobile phone

Paying for goods and services using your mobile phone could net you 5% cashback with Santander this summer. Under the offer, Santander 123 Lite Current account customers can earn 5%...

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Lloyds overhauls overdraft fees: will you be better or worse off?

Lloyds Banking Group – the UK’s biggest provider of current accounts – is embarking on a radical overhaul of its overdraft charges, including scrapping the high fees customers face for tipping...

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Under-25s’ risky online habits ‘leave them open to fraudsters’

Millennials’ ‘complacent’ attitudes to online security could be leaving them open to scams and identity theft, researchers have found. In a survey examining 18-24-year-olds’ online behaviour, 29% said they would share...

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Almost 20 million people now banking on their mobile

Almost 20 million people did their banking business on their mobile phone in 2016, up 11% the previous year, according to a new report from the banking trade body. The...

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Current account switching war heats up

Banks and building societies are offering larger cash bonuses than ever to tempt people into switching current accounts. Nationwide and Halifax have both upped their switching incentives in recent weeks....

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Is your bank changing your sort code? Find out what it means for you

Almost one million banking customers are being contacted to have their sort codes and account numbers changed as the UK’s biggest banks begin the process of ‘ring-fencing’ their accounts. The process...

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50 years of the ATM: what will cash machines do in the future?

Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of the first ever ATM in the UK, and cash machines have served us round-the-clock since the first one launched at the Enfield branch of...

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NatWest cuts Reward cashback – is it still a good deal?

NatWest is cutting the cashback rate on its Reward current account from 3% to 2% next week, and introducing a weighty £1,500 monthly pay-in for new customers. From Monday (26...

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