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Celebrity investment scams cost investors on average £14,600 each

21st May 2019

A warning has been issued today by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) together with Action Fraud regarding the rising number of crypto assets and forex investment scams. In an alarming new trend, fraudsters are using bogus celebrity endorsements in order to dupe unwary investors into parting with their cash.

FCA issues warning over bogus celebrity investment scams

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Brits could unwittingly be getting themselves into debt

21st May 2019

Credit cards and overdrafts can be incredibly useful forms of borrowing if used wisely, but if not, they can quickly become lead weights – and many borrowers unwittingly get themselves into unmanageable debt as a result.

Credit cards and overdrafts can be incredibly useful forms of borrowing if used wisely, but if not, they can quickly lead to unmanageable debt.

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Tesco Bank to stop mortgage lending

21st May 2019

Tesco Bank has announced that it will not offer any new mortgages and is actively looking for options to sell its existing mortgage portfolio; a decision it has made due to challenging market conditions

Tesco Bank to stop mortgage lending due to challenging market conditions.

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Mortgage incentives flourish as lenders look to entice borrowers

21st May 2019

While the interest rate on any mortgage might be the first thing to come to mind when searching for a deal, incentives are always worth considering - and happily, the number of deals that offer these perks is on the rise.

While the interest rate on any mortgage might be the first thing to come to mind when searching for a deal, incentives are always worth considering.

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