online banking

Free 'digital skills' lessons for all adults to be offered by the government

Everyone over the age of 19 could soon be entitled to free ‘digital skills’ courses from the government in a bid to improve the nation’s computer literacy. 

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American Express shuts down Curve card access 48 hours after introduction

Curve card customers hoping to use an American Express card through their Curve app have had the service cut short.

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Over half of Moneywise readers access their savings online

The results of our latest survey, asking ‘How do you manage your savings?’, show that accessing savings accounts online is most popular, with over half (56%) of readers who took part in our poll preferring the convenience of...

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HSBC credit card users hit by outage - are you affected?

Many HSBC credit card customers have woken this morning and taken to social media to report credit card information missing from their online and in-app banking.

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Mobile banking to overtake online banking in 2019

Mobile banking has never been more popular and is set to overtake online banking in 2019, according to a new forecast.

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TSB, willow and wheezing tech: How banking has fallen behind

TSB banking customers have had a nightmare couple of weeks; unable to access accounts, check balances, and make payments. This is after a huge re-platforming exercise, which went horribly wrong.

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TSB's online glitch continues for a sixth day

UPDATE 25 April: Some customers can now log in to TSB's online banking service, but the bank is restricting the number of people who can log on.

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Take it easy and let your money take care of itself

From apps that automatically move your money into savings accounts to websites that will notify you when you need to switch energy, here are 12 simple ideas to make managing your money much easier.

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My banking app has locked me out

Moneywise helps a reader who has been blocked from his Revolut account.

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