We verify the phone numbers almost on a daily basis to make sure they're correct!
It couldn't be quicker to find the number you're looking for, just use the search box above!
If you've got a problem or a complaint, call up, let the company or provider know and get it resolved!
The FCA says it expects 99 per cent of the UK's payday lenders to cease operations when its cap on credit comes into effect in January. Interest and fees will be limited to 0.8 per cent a day and capped at 100 per cent and it will no longer be possible to roll loans over more than twice. Only around three or four companies – bigger players such as Wonga, QuickQuid and Dollar Financial, which make up 70 per cent or so of the market – are expected to stay in operation under the tougher rules, and consumer groups hope a fairer payday industry will take over with robust credit checks for customers.
High street building society Nationwide has witnessed profits rising substantially in the months from April to June 2014. Profits have more than doubled in this period. This equates to £263m which is an increase of 117% for the same time last year.
For the tenth time this year eBay's website crashed. The popular online auctioneer was unable to trade for most of last Tuesday. This was not great timing as eBay have now announced that some costs to sellers will be increased. This announcement merely added fuel to fire for unhappy traders who claimed to have lost business due to the crash.
As of this November Barclays are moving customers who have Isas to an alternative Instant Cash Isa which gives a worse rate of interest. This is due to them removing 11 of their cash Isa products, which are now unavailable to new customers. The change will impact on 1.6 million customers leaving them with a worse rate. Only 740,000 will remain unaltered or on an improved rate.