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Watchdog warns on unscrupulous lenders who take advantage of borrowers
Care home provider allows staff to get paid for shifts without waiting for monthly payday
UK financial watchdog flags ‘areas of concern’ over groups’ responses to new rules
Discover and Synchrony also hit by impact of new accounting rule
Finding a good credit card deal when you’re older is more difficult
Gambling Commission moves to ban betting using a credit card
Offline and online crackdown in move to protect vulnerable gamblers
In our increasingly cashless society, parents are turning to apps and payment cards designed for youngsters
Consumers find it harder to shuffle credit card debts as providers take tougher stance
The past decade has been transformational for our finances, but the next could be more challenging?
Survey of European consumer habits shows Britons are financially aware, yet love to borrow?
Nearly a third of credit card transactions in UK made using tap and pay
That includes you, Elizabeth Warren.?
Amount left on cards soars after the launch of contactless payments
Spookily effective savings tips if your money has vanished by the end of the month
Credit quality remains strong, economic indicators are steady and debt is cheap
Savvy shoppers game the system to collect the maximum amount of points
Cost to borrow is rising as lenders have pulled their best low interest rate deals over the past year
Tech group hopes new credit card will help pull more customers into mobile payments
Tech group hopes to impress users by bringing ‘transparency’ to personal finance
￡10bn is still unclaimed with the deadline looming
Consumers unlikely to feel benefit of Federal Reserve rate cuts
It’s expensive, but paying a premium for no queues and no stress is worth every penny
Financial regulator accused of ‘lack of action on predatory lending’
What drives my desire to spend is a complex issue. You could call it emotional spending