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  1. Fees charged by insurers for policy changes and cancellations condemned by consumer watchdog
  2. Debt firms using 'helpline' in their name can be misleading, warns watchdog
  3. OFT issues guidance on misleading trading names
  4. Some store card debtors may be let off
  5. The sticky credit card that can be put on a mobile for tap-and-go
  6. Payday loans set for parliamentary vote
  7. City regulator fines former BoS banker
  8. Claims firms milk PPI victims all over again
  9. Money Advice Truxt Newsletter April 2012
  10. Collection firms chasing 58bn of debt as figure jumps by 6bn in just SIX months
  11. Wonga only lets borrowers take out a payday loan if they sign away the right to personal information being passed on
  12. HSBC set to axe 2,000 UK jobs to slash costs as it is faced with tougher regulations
  13. Payday loan bosses hit back at MPs
  14. Continuous Payment Authorities - LTSB and Santander admit not complying with the Law !!
  15. Lloyds ends exclusive talks with Co-op to buy 632 branches
  16. Credit card 'info for sale' websites closed in global raids
  17. Largest debt recovery law firm joins CSA
  18. Abu Dhabi in Lloyds Bank talks
  19. Vince Cable told to change law over bank mis-selling
  20. Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks to cut 1,400 jobs
  21. Rent-back still operating despite shutdown by FSA
  22. Barclays accused in mis-selling report
  23. Business loan write-offs to hit highest since 1990s
  24. 70 firms are folding each day as the banks STILL refuse to lend
  25. Banking giant Santander suffers credit rating downgrade as Spain's economy slides further towards crisis
  26. Portillion closes down
  27. Hinckley & Rugby brings back discounted mortgages
  28. Lloyds and RBS could see profits slashed as Moody's plans downgrades
  29. Lloyds sets aside 375m for mis-selling as profits rise
  30. Mortgage rate misery for one million borrowers
  31. FSA contacts thousands on investment fraudster lists
  32. National debt charity improves offering
  33. Arch Cru investors to be offered more compensation
  34. Act fast on money transfer errors, says ombudsman
  35. Your counterfeit 1 coin questions answered
  36. MasterCard and Visa warn of breach possibly affecting millions of accounts
  37. Lloyds TSB pays refund for ruptured breast implants bought on credit card
  38. Payday loans are 'misunderstood'? This research lacks credibility
  39. FSA fines Christchurch Investment Management Limited and compliance officer for client money breaches
  40. Borrowers warned over high-interest trap of credit cards that pay off overdraft
  41. Customers facing historic high overdraft fees of nearly 20% despite record low base rate
  42. Banks slash their lending to firms by 100billion
  43. Co-op pulls the plug on interest-only mortgages and warns borrowers can't just rely on house prices rising
  44. Rise of the recurring payment menace: How to avoid trap of continuous payments
  45. Tesco Bank stops cash payments on credit cards
  46. Drunk in charge of a credit card! One in seven Brits admit to shopping online while under the influence of alcohol
  47. RBS reports 1.4bn loss but hails 'recovery milestones'
  48. FSA new warnings to Banks over service to customers
  49. RBS confirms state loan repayment
  50. VIDEO: RBS confirms loan repayment