Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers will be able to set their own contactless card limits from next month when the higher £100 cap kicks in.
The limit on contactless card payments will rise to £100 in October, and there are concerns that the higher cap could lead to a rise in fraud.
NatWest's biometric key fob will allow you to make contactless payments of up to £100. Find out how it works and which supermarkets will allow you to use it.
Find out why some Monzo users are being charged twice for their Tesco groceries, and what you need to do if it happens to you.
Find out why your debit or credit card could still be used to make some contactless payments even after it's been frozen or cancelled.
Swiping to pay on your debit card was up 97% in 2017 - we explain the fraudulent practices to watch out for, and how to prevent it happening to you
Criminals targeting contactless payments accounted for £5.6m of fraudulent payments in the first half of 2017, exceeding cheque fraud
Credit and debit card spending jumping to an all-time monthly high in June, according to new statistics.
Contactless card fraud soared by almost 150% last year, according to new figures from the UK’s leading fraud body. Financial Fraud Action (FFA) UK reported that the amount lost to...