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  1. Comparison sites accused over calls The "big five" comparison websites are directing callers to energy tariffs that earn them commission despite being asked for the cheapest deal - months after they faced allegations that they used similar tactics online, it has been claimed. Collective switching website The Big Deal has released recordings of phone calls and transcripts from last month in which it claims that all five of the biggest comparison sites - uSwitch, Go Compare, MoneySuperMarket, Compare the Market and Confused.com - failed to mention deals that did not pay them a
  2. been accepted for a Barclaycard 0% interest. a bit new to this. i cant find anything to say that if you havent cleared it by the end of the 0% period. interest is back dated to the date of balance transfer is this true i found this site http://jmjohta.online-review.net/credit/31637.php
  3. Hi all, unsure whether this belongs here or another forum area so please move if needed I noticed something this morning on an item I've had in my Amazon basket for a while. It was priced at £250 for a couple of weeks and the same item was the same price in Argos, John Lewis and even Halfords was similar (Couple of pounds more) What seemed like seconds before todays lightning deal kicked in for that item, the price went up to £268 and the lightning deal kicked in @ 30% off RRP. To me RRP was £250 and from what I can see, the item was increased in price for the deal. If I re
  4. The unauthorised sales practices of staff working for major estate agencies including Countrywide, Connells and Spicer Haart have been exposed in an investigative documentary. As part of Channel 4’s Dispatches, broadcast last night, an agent from Countrywide, the UK’s largest estate agency group, was secretly recorded telling a reporter that his firm had exclusive rights to promote the second phase of the Help to Buy scheme. The agent told Channel 4’s reporter: “The scheme kicks in from next year but because Countrywide does so many mortgages for the main lenders they’ve given us the go a
  5. State-backed Royal Bank of Scotland has become the latest High Street giant to abolish interest-only mortgages for homeowners. It follows hot on the heels of Nationwide and Co-operative Bank, who stopped handing out these once popular loans earlier this year. Many other rival major lenders have also axed interest-only, or dramatically cut back on who they allow to borrow this way. However, most of these moves came before the release of the Financial Services Authority’s Mortgage Market Review, which made it clear that it believed there was still a place for interest-only borrowing, as lon
  6. Hello ! Travel company Clear Sky Holidays increased their price by £25pp. According to them i was too late to make a booking (deadline was 26/10/2012). I did it online on 25/10. I know that according to their form I was not giving them the exact details, but fine print says: "Booking required via Clear Sky Holidays at "web site mentioned which I can`t post according to this forum rules" or by phone: 0844 493 4655." So that means I completed my first step. After a while I received an email: Hi Tom, Thanks for the interest in the offer that we were advertising. If you can con
  7. Small businesses have been ‘systematically exploited’ by bankers in a loan mis-selling scandal of enormous proportions, MPs said yesterday. One dubbed it the ‘new PPI’ – a reference to the £9billion payment protection insurance scandal that has cost banks billions in compensation. In an explosive Commons’ debate, MPs from all parties said their constituents were among up to 300,000 small firms who took out loans which are now crippling, or even killing, their businesses. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2162976/Bad-business-Scandal-crippled-small-firms-exploited-bank
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