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Over one thousand complaints are being lodged every day to the Financial Ombudsman Service about the mis-sale of payment protection insurance (PPI), despite 2013 seeing a huge fall in numbers compared to the year before.
4 Mar 14 Read More
When you take out a new home insurance policy, it probably doesn’t cross many people’s minds that information on their credit report may be checked by the provider before signing up.
7 Oct 13 Read More
Thousands of homes across the country have been damaged in some of the most horrific floods sweeping the nation for years.
30 Nov 12 Read More
A growing number of parents are putting themselves at risk of debt to keep their youngsters entertained over the summer holidays.
24 Jul 12 Read More
Summer flooding has left key insurers facing a hefty payout that will run into hundreds of millions of pounds, according to a senior analyst.
13 Jul 12 Read More
The sunny weather and a few too many drinks have caused Brits to forget about their health and safety, leading to millions of pounds of fire damage.
29 May 12 Read More
There’s little doubt that London will be the centre of the world for a while this summer, for some well-documented reasons – the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations and of course the 2012 Games.
24 May 12 Read More
It has undoubtedly been the coldest February for many years, and has seen households cranking up the heating to stay warm.
21 Feb 12 Read More
More Brits are choosing to join their local Neighbourhood Watch scheme, in an effort to stay safe and make new friends. Figures have shown that the number of customers declaring membership of a Neighbourhood Watch scheme when getting home insurance quotes increased by 38% in 2011.
7 Feb 12 Read More
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