A High Court judge has ruled in favour of the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) in a crucial test case which could have widespread consequences for millions of banking customers in the UK. The OFT believes the overdraft charges levied … Read more
There’s an awful lot riding on the outcome of this case, and not just for anyone who has ever written a cheque that has bounced or breached their agreed overdraft facility. Thirty pounds. That’s what the average bank will charge … Read more
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