Melissa Humphreys who stole £180k from parents is jailed Melissa Humphreys, of Colchester, Essex, maxed out her parents' credit cards and cleared their bank accounts when they were travelling around Europe in a motorhome. MailOnline 2 days ago
Homeowner threatened by intruder brandishing handgun near Dunmow A wallet and credit cards were stolen from the property Saffron Walden News 3 days ago Also reported by • Brentwood Gazette • Essex Chronicle
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Dad went shopping in Cribbs Causeway with cloned bank cards Police found Charles Kacou had a collection of other people’s credit cards and forged driving licences in his wallet Bristol Post 4 days ago
Top credit cards for Christmas spending We reveal the top credit cards for Christmas spending this year, and the ones you still have time to get before the Black Friday madness hits. Plus the ones to avoid at all costs. MailOnline 5 days ago How ING's Yolt harnesses Open Banking to create next-gen money management There is a claim often levelled at incumbent banks – that following the financial crisis, they have failed to innovate at the same pace as the world of fintech.
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House of Commons staff credit card purchases revealed Football kit was among items bought by Commons staff using government credit cards, official papers reveal. BBC News 1 week ago
Top credit cards for spending, holidays or rewards If used correctly, credit cards can help you get something back or spread the cost of things that you are spend on - but make sure that you use them wisely. MailOnline 1 week ago
Bjork wants people to buy her new album with bitcoin Traditionalists can still pay using credit cards or PayPal Independent 2 weeks ago Teenager teamed up with Uber drivers to fleece taxi app Onome Omonoseh, 19, from London, created fake customer accounts using stolen credit cards before booking long trips through Uber and driver Dan-Alexandru Pasat (pictured) was in the gang. MailOnline 2 weeks ago
Virgin Money's Manchester United club heroes credit cards Virgin Money is offering Manchester United fans the chance to vote for a new credit card design from graphic artist Stanley Chow featuring the club's top heroes. MailOnline 2 weeks ago
Fraudster went on £19,600 spending spree after opening credit cards in the name of jailed friend Benjamin Parkinson, 31, has been sentenced after admitting five offences of fraud Scunthorpe Telegraph 2 weeks ago
Cashplus throws its hat into the challenger banking ring Pre-paid card firm Cashplus has applied to gain a banking licence as it seeks to make profits from the cash pile it holds from customers, the business announced today.
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The Treasury must get tough and enforce the bank referral scheme Today marks the end of the first year of the bank referral scheme.
If a bank declines a loan to a small business, it must now offer that business the opportunity to be referred to one or more.. City A.M. 3 weeks ago Taxpayers banned from using credit cards to pay personal tax bills Telegraph.co.uk 3 weeks ago
First Direct and John Lewis cashback credit card offers First Direct and John Lewis are handing out up to £25 to get you to open their credit cards. So should you take advantage or are the perks just a cheap trick? MailOnline 3 weeks ago British credit cards debt jumps at fastest since Brexit vote Britons took on more credit card debt during September than any month since before the Brexit vote as consumers continued to borrow to sustain spending.
Borrowers loaded another £641m onto plastic.. City A.M. 3 weeks ago Unsecured debt creeps up towards financial crisis peak UK households racked up unsecured debts of over £204billion in credit cards, car finance, overdrafts and other loans as of September. MailOnline 3 weeks ago