A new website that notifies users when a product they’re interested in has dropped in price has launched today. The site is the first of its kind in the UK and tracks over 250 high street an online stores, including Amazon and Tesco.
Pennies, the spending and budgeting iPhone app we’ve shared a few times on Money Watch, has launched its latest version (v3), with a list of new features.
After a couple of days of problems, HSBC have announced that their personal and commercial online banking systems are now back to normal.
Contactless card transactions now account for one in 10 card payments, the first time the milestone has been passed, the latest figures from The UK Cards Association show.
Mastercard is promoting the adoption of Apple Pay by offering free journeys on London transport networks on the next few Mondays.
Barclaycard is offering every one of its 10.5m personal customers in the UK free, regular access to their Experian Credit Score, helping them to better understand their financial footprint and get on top of their finances.
Typing a four-digit code into a hole in the wall or at the supermarket could be a thing of the past by 2020 in Britain, new research has indicated.
The “TOPSHOP x bPay” collection is a range of accessories that incorporate bPay by Barclaycard contactless payment technology.
All of London’s famous black taxis are now able to offer mobile payments to their passengers thanks to a website from Hailo.
Droplet, the payments and rewards app targeting independent retailers, has expanded in to a further seven cities in the UK, and is also offering users a £5 incentive for introducing their friends and family to the app.