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  1. Bank account holders who are tricked into transferring money to fraudsters could be entitled to reimbursement if they have acted with the "requisite level of care" under proposed new rules. Latest figures show consumers lost £92.9m to authorised push payment (APP) [email protected] in the first half of 2018 - but unlike victims of other types of fraud such as credit or debit card [problem]s they are currently not entitled to be repaid by payment providers. A body set up to address the issue has now proposed changing this, though it has yet to resolve who will pay for the compensation in cases wh
  2. Daughter moved into student rental on 1 sept 2017 had set up her own energy supply on a dual fuel deal at a great price with scottish power take over date was 12 sept. on 2nd sept before it was taken over by sp from british gas and sse, a company called Snowdrop energy hijacked it and took it over. problem is now when snowdrop return gas/elec to british gas and sse who will have to put her on standard rate which is way more than she would have been paying with her new supplier scottish power. Can she get compensation from somewhere for the price difference and the s
  3. Has anyone else experienced a problem with international transfer security questions? it looks to me as if the call centre in India is making up they own questions without reference to the actual customer. The information is not coming from the customer - it appears to be gleaned from credit databases I would question the legality of the this. It also makes it nigh-on impossible to get the security questions right - especially as the information they have is INCORRECT.
  4. Does anyone make regular payments to overseas relatives using the MoneyGram On-Line service? If, like me, you do then you may not be aware that for every transaction that goes from the UK via their clearance agency in Ireland, MoneyGram first puts through a transaction for £1.37 presumably to 'validate' the debit/credit card being used. If this transaction is cleared by the card operator, the actual transaction is then put forward for clearance. Six times in the last three months I have had transactions blocked by the card operator who sees the sequence as a possible fraud operation. Appare
  5. Hello, does any1 know if a bank can transfer a credit card balance to a higher intrest account after you have defaulted the card.?
  6. Hi, apologies if I'm posting this in the wrong section but I couldn't find a section that seemed to deal with my queries, although I'm sure there probably is one. I am going through some unsavoury legal action with a family member who abused their role as POA with my grandparents. Money that should have been used for their benefit was systematically removed from their bank accounts. I have discovered this when going through probate. Some of these amounts I have managed to trace, but there is one particularly large money transfer that was moved abroad 7 years ago of which the bank say
  7. Opppppssssss Bank employee was supposed to transfer £53 but fell asleep while typing in amount A tired German bank worker fell asleep on his keyboard, turning a minor money transfer into a 222 million euro (£189 million) transaction, a court heard on Monday. The man was supposed to transfer just €62.40 (£53) from a retiree’s bank account, but “fell asleep for an instant, while pushing on the number 2 key on the keyboard” racking up the order to a staggering €222,222,222.22, the Hessen labour court heard. The mistake was corrected shortly after the bank discovered the dozy error.
  8. Hey, Just wondering if I make a bank transfer, as opposed to a standing order, can the recepitent see your bank details? Thanks.
  9. New MBNA customers can now transfer funds from their credit card accounts to their current accounts interest free for 22 months. The firm is offering its 'longest ever' period of 0 per cent interest on both balance transfers and money transfers through the MBNA Platinum credit card, beating its previous best offer by two months. MBNA is one of very few credit card providers to offer money transfers, and the only to offer an introductory 0 per cent interest rate through its various cards, which includes the ones it provides through Virgin and AA zero cards. Read more: http://www.dailymail.
  10. Someone wants to buy something from me via bank transfer, they need my account number and sort code, is it safe t give this information? especially as I dont know them, or os it safe to do so? Thanks
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