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Moneyfacts on TV – the current account conundrum

Moneyfacts on TV – the current account conundrum

Category: Banking

Updated: 30/10/2015
First Published: 30/10/2015

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Last week we reported on the investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) into current account switching, where it was not only revealed that a very small minority of customers take the plunge and switch accounts, but that doing so could save the average banking customer around £70 per year.

Well, we weren't the only one to report on it. BBC Breakfast TV also got in on the action, and our very own finance expert Rachel Springall was there to join the discussion! You can watch the segment below, and if you've been inspired to switch accounts, make sure to head to our best buy tables to check out the best options on the market.



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