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Co-operative Bank changes basic bank account : Banking Times ...

UK signs US FATCA agreement. The Government has signed an agreement with the US to implement the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), which is US legislation introduced earlier this year with the aim of ...

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Kerry Katona files for bankruptcy for SECOND time and dropped as face of payday loan company

Kerry Katona files for bankruptcy for SECOND time and dropped as face of payday loan company | Get a CardOneBanking account with no credit check | Scoop.it
The singer and reality star is no longer the face of Cash Lady as she faces financial troubles once again (Kerry Katona dropped as face of payday loan company as she files for bankruptcy for second time http://t.co/xHCF9ZiKe2)...
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Social enterprise offers current accounts for the poor - FTAdviser.com

Social enterprise offers current accounts for the poor - FTAdviser.com | Get a CardOneBanking account with no credit check | Scoop.it

For £1 a week, the ‘change account’ will offer a full range of services, including direct debits, standing orders, a visa prepaid debit card, budgeting facility and full mobile banking.

Many poor people are excluded from holding current accounts and are offered basic accounts from high street banks instead. These types of accounts don’t offer services such as direct debits and cannot be used in shops.

Steve Round, Chairman of London Rebuilding Society, said: “There are more than 3m people in the UK who either don’t have a bank account or are stuck on a basic bank account which simply isn’t fit for purpose and is inappropriate for their needs.


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