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Barclaycard to impose higher minimum charges on credit cards to clear persistent debt

Barclaycard to impose higher minimum charges on credit cards to clear persistent debt

Barclaycard has made a raft of changes to its terms and conditions including hiking minimum payments. Here, Which? explains how the changes could affect you.

Flava: new ‘buy now, pay later’ supermarket that lets you spread the cost of groceries

Flava: new ‘buy now, pay later’ supermarket that lets you spread the cost of groceries

You can spread the cost of shops worth £40-£100 but Which? analysis found the online retailer selling some items for much more than other supermarkets.

How scammers use Google to lure victims

How scammers use Google to lure victims

Scam advertisers are targeting victims via Google - find out how to stay safe when browsing

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Furloughed workers three times more likely to have missed bill payments

Furloughed workers three times more likely to have missed bill payments

Which? research reveals the financial burden facing workers during COVID-19, with those on the furlough scheme three times more likely to miss bill payments.

BrightHouse in administration: what does it mean for debts and compensation claims?

BrightHouse in administration: what does it mean for debts and compensation claims?

Rent-to-own retailer BrightHouse has called in administrators following a litany of mis-selling compensation claims. The rent-to-own retailer has 240 stores and 2,400 employees, who now face the loss of their...

Your credit card could be suspended because of new debt rules

Your credit card could be suspended because of new debt rules

The financial regulator has warned banks not to unjustly cancel credit cards of persistent borrowers. Here we explain if you'll be affected and what you can do.

10 new year’s resolutions to boost your finances in 2020

10 new year’s resolutions to boost your finances in 2020

Which? suggests 10 money goals for inspiration on how you can get your finances back on track in 2020.

Has it become easier to get a bad credit mortgage?

Has it become easier to get a bad credit mortgage?

Which? explains the mortgage options available for borrowers with impaired credit histories, including those who've had IVAs, CCJs or bankruptcies.

Two-thirds of people don’t know the cost of their overdraft

Two-thirds of people don’t know the cost of their overdraft

Two-thirds of Brits with an unarranged overdraft have no idea how much it's costing them. Which? explains how to get back in control of debt.

Four borrowing hacks that can help save you money

Four borrowing hacks that can help save you money

From borrowing more money to 'stoozing' on an interest-free card, these borrowing strategies can help you save money and build up your credit score.

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