Four of the Big Six energy companies are to start giving their customers automatic refunds by direct debit when they are in credit.
Consumers are being misled after research found one in five household products do not match their energy-efficiency claims, according to the Energy Saving Trust.
A row has broken out over new fines for parents who take children out of school for family holidays. But given the cost of peak-season breaks, is this fair?
UK consumers are using their credit cards to borrow more money than in any of the past five years, according to a new study.
One in seven adults who has made a recent small digital payment ended up being billed more than expected, according to new research.
Barclaycard remains at the top of the 0% balance-transfer credit card table as it launches a deal that gives borrowers 31 months interest-free - the longest 0% period ever.
Paperless billing, like self-service checkouts, is here to stay it seems, as more household utility firms impose charges on customers who prefer a hard copy. Is this fair?
Credit reference agency Experian is to launch a new real-time service to provide "instant" information about consumers' borrowing habits.
Interest rates have been held at 0.5 per cent for the sixtieth month in a row as the Bank of England once again opted to leave them unchanged today.
The latest blunder to beset the high street banks has seen some NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland customers short-changed in their monthly interest payments.
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