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Importantly, the Court has confirmed the opportunity for thousands more Kiwibank customers to sign up to the case, ahead of a final deadline of 31 March 2014. Fair Play on Fees lawyer Andrew Hooker says the ruling is great for potential claimants. We'
Wednesday, Mar. 05, 2014 Bank of America is preparing to unveil a new checking account the Charlotte bank hopes will appeal to low-income customers and compete with the burgeoning world of prepaid debit cards. The offering, known as Safe Balance, is
The class action, the largest in Australian history, was launched against ANZ bank over the fees it charged more than 43,500 customers. It is part of a broader action against a total of eight banks and the fees they charged their customers, and is
For now, let's put aside the question of actually changing your spending habits. The mere act of writing down -- on paper, in a spreadsheet, or on a website or app -- how much money you have coming in and how much is going out can make a huge
University of Kentucky officials were working over the weekend to correct a glitch that resulted in 16,000 employees not being paid immediately Friday. Eric Monday, executive vice president for finance and administration, said Saturday that UK
27 February 2014 0 View comments A pensioner who died after his Halifax bank account was drained of £50,000 by his own grandson has had to fight a legal battle from beyond the grave' to get it back. John Bowden, 73, from Failsworth, Greater
28 Newcastle say 'player trading' helped increase profits to £9.9m Newcastle said "player trading" was one reason for a 600% increase in profits after tax in the year to June 2013. The club says it made £9.9m profits after tax that year, up from £1.
The dispute is the latest installment in a multiyear fight between the industry and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over how to monitor the way banks assess charges on their depositors, particularly when people overdraw checking accounts...
Blaming wrong classification for showing assets as bad debt, United Bank of India (UBI), on Wednesday, said the software system sourced from Infosys had inherent deficiencies' in identifying quality of assets in certain categories. The core banking
Prepaid debit cards, offered at many checkout counters and a number of Southern Nevada banks, are becoming more affordable as increased competition leads to fewer fees, a recent report states. The Pew Charitable Trusts report, Consumers Continue to