Monthly Archives: April 2012

Banks deny consumer rights over continuous card payment authority

BBC Investigation reveals customers advised incorrectly, despite a change in the law. BBC Radio’s Moneybox programme has uncovered banks regularly advising customers incorrectly over continuous card payment authorities, advising customers that the only way to cancel them is to contact the merchants concerned. A continuous payment authority is your authorisation for a supplier to take … Continue reading

Thinking of a loan? – ten questions prospective borrowers should ask

Are you considering an unsecured personal loan?  Here are some salient questions to ask yourself, to help you to come to the right decision. 1. Check your credit report (credit score).  It’s always a good idea to check your credit information before you make a loan application to ensure the information is correct. Remember that any … Continue reading