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  • Overdraft fees

    Average Britons Pays More than £13,000 in Overdraft Fees in a Lifetime (Survey)

    23rd September 2015

    A new survey from Peachy Loans finds that there are huge sums of money being spent on unarranged overdraft fees. The survey had more than 2,400 UK respondents who had at least one bank account with a big British bank. An unarranged overdraft is when you go over your limit that you agreed with your bank without notifying them in …
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    Peachy’s Customer Satisfaction Survey 2015

    5th May 2015

    Peachy did a customer satisfaction survey in 2015 to learn how customers felt about their finances. Peachy customer survey was carried out in February 2015 via Survey Monkey. There were 902 people who started the survey and 822 who actually finished it. Here, the main results of the survey are brought out, highlighted and analysed. The analysis consists of four …
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    Credit Today Awards 2015

    23rd March 2015

    As the Premier League in England is winding down, various teams and players are looking forward to receiving accolades in May. In that same month, the best brands in the credit industry will be recognised in the much anticipated and highly awaited Credit Today Awards 2015. In an industry where competition is rife and customer satisfaction is important, innovation and …
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  • 5 things you didn't know about Christmas

    5 Things You Didn’t Know About Christmas

    23rd December 2014

    Christmas is a time when people spend time with family and friends and reflect on the year that is coming to a close. Whether you are travelling to the countryside to visit family or if you are having a city Christmas celebration with your friends, there are plenty of interest facts and anecdotes about Christmas that add extra cheer and …
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    FCA Loan Cap Announcement

    24th November 2014

    Back in July the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced that there is to be a loan cap on payday loans that are given out in the United Kingdom. The loan cap is effective as of 2 January 2015. This loan cap is detailed as follows: Default charges will stay at £15: this initial rate for all high cost loans …
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  • Identity Theft

    What is identity theft?

    10th September 2014

    One of the most surprising parts of personal finance is dealing with identity theft. You might wonder what on earth does my identity have to do with theft and my personal finances? It turns out it has to do with a lot. One thing is happening and it’s shocking: it is the rise of identity theft. Criminals are getting wise …
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