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.
According to The National Crime Agency, Â£20m has been stolen from UK bank accounts thanks to malware, stealing their online banking details.
We’ve made readers aware of telephone scams in the past, but for one of the first times you can take a listen to a call to a real victim of a slightly different type of phone bank scam.
Halifax have announced that they’ll shortly be launching a redesign of their online banking website.
The Bank of England’s social media team charged with keeping an eye out for evidence of a run on a UK bank were alerted to a suspect spike in the run up to the Scottish Independence referendum.
Despite being named as one of the launch partners, there was some surprise when HSBC and First Direct account holders were unable to use Apple Pay when it launched here in the UK earlier in the month.
In its first quarterly “Digital Dashboard”, Halifax has announced a large growth in mobile banking amongst its users.
Digital-only banks are set to be a hit with UK banking customers when they launch this year, new research has found, with one in eight (13 per cent) claiming that they plan to switch to an account with a digital-only provider this year.
Price comparison website Gocompare.com has launched its new current account comparison service, which makes use of midata to enable people to carry out more meaningful current account comparisons.
Halifax have redesigned their website to give it a fresh new look, and made it “responsive”, so that it works across all types of device.