Another day, and news of another mobile payment trial, this time taking place in Sitges, near Barcelona in Spain.
This is an interesting (and brave) move by American Express. They’ve partnered with location service Foursquare to produce Social Currency, an iPhone app that lets users share details about items they wish to purchase, or have purchased.
The Money Saving Blog has listed 101 free alternatives to popular software.
The European ATM Security Team have posted a video seized from criminals showing how they skim cards at ATMs, and how to minimise the chances of getting caught out yourself.
Egg have sent out an email to their customers detailing changes they’re making to prevent unauthorised transactions.
Believe it or not, First Direct will reach its 21st birthday on 1st October. Their CEO has been talking about how banking has changed in that time, and what it will look like in the future.
Students are being warned to be vigilant when opening emails supposedly sent by the Student Loans Company.
Visa have just started trialling a new system of payments that uses a special memory card inserted in a phone to pay for taxi, bus, train or subway rides in New York.
GigaOM has been taking a look at a startup company Dynamics, which designs chips that can fit into a card which is the same size and thickness as a traditional credit or debit card.
If you’ve been unlucky enough to get a tax demand from HMRC dropping through your letterbox this week, then you might find these tax demand letter templates useful.