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Tandem Bank launches Monzo-style round-up savings account – but with interest

Tandem, like Starling and Monzo, has launched a new 'round up' savings account which automatically collects spare change. Find out how it measures up.

Santander to axe 140 bank branches in 2019

Santander will close 140 branches before the end of 2019. Which? explains which branches are set to close and how customers can access services.

Can the Post Office really plug the gap as bank branches are shut down?

Banks have closed down thousands of high-street branches over the past three decades and instead ploughed millions into the Post Office to serve people’s basic banking needs. But customers are uncomfortable...

Does a green padlock mean a website’s safe?

The ASA recently ruled a Barclays ad was misleading because it implied all websites with green padlocks are safe.

Open a bank account with a selfie: Metro Bank launches online application

You can now open a Metro Bank current account online. Which? explains how to apply, and looks at how the account compares with others on the market

Could this be the key to preventing devastating bank transfer fraud?

Which? finds out how the new confirmation of payee measure will help make your online banking experience more secure.

Revealed: how text message scammers pose as your bank to rip you off

Fraudsters are able to send ‘spoofed’ bank texts with incredible ease, a Which? Money investigation has found – with many landing in previously legitimate message threads due to a quirk...

‘Biometric’ banking: how to log into your bank account with your eyes

TSB bank will roll out new ‘biometric’ technology to its online banking customers this month, which will enable you to log in to your bank account just by looking at...

Police vow to improve fraud reporting to fight surge in financial crime

A planned revamp of fraud and cybercrime reporting tool Action Fraud will allow banks and other businesses to record up to 1,000 crimes in one go, as an official survey shows...

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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