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Our News service is sometimes tongue in cheek but the messages and accuracy are top level. We report on things long before main stream media.

About 6 months ago this site was laughed at when we said that lenders were on the verge of pulling out of the UK market if the short term credit cap was not lifted. In the last few days, one of the UK’s biggest short-term lenders has stopped lending. Seems that our sources were right…
Crash Indicators Are Starting To Appear – Again Adverts on TV For Secured Loans – Rising A lot of financial journalists will often cite data from banks and Governments to help predict the next crash. But we have a better way of predicting what is over the next horizon – TV adverts. We have started…
Interest will stay low Don’t listen to pundits in the media Rates might even go negative in 2019 We have always subscribed to the thought that interest rates are going to bounce along the bottom and maybe even go negative in the years ahead. Infact, probably for the next decade up to 2030. Last year…
Apple is facing multiple legal claims from people who have had their devices slowed. They kept the reductions in performance secret and hidden in updates Share price of Apple still at an all time high There have always been suspicions that Apple was using software updates to slow iPhones and iPads. Some have continued to…
BitCoin is backed by nothing BitCoin is different from Fiat Currencies, despite what supporters say. “Don’t understand it, stay out of it” is the golden rule There aren’t many people that won’t have heard of the BitCoin story. BitCoin is an algorithm which people use to make transactions. It is not a currency, despite what…
Saturday, 16 December 2017 20:14

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Thursday, 07 December 2017 08:26

Are our MP’s mentally ill?

It’s not a nice question but what we witnessed this week with Tory MP Heidi Allen was some of the most bizarre theatre ever witnessed in the House of Commons. It was like something off the X Factor, not the highest court in the land. Her reaction to hearing a story of financial hardship story…
Ever wondered what would happen if interest rates went back up to a more normal 5% APR? Most of the media focus is on people’s mortgages but higher rates will have wider effects than just the average person making their monthly repayments ontime. The Stock Market Should interest rates go up, you will see the…
It is with regret that we have to announce that we can no longer justify the cost in answering our phone lines. This comes on the back massive rise in the volume of victims of financial tricks contacting us for advice. From the 1st of December we will no longer provide telephone support for our…
Thursday, 23 November 2017 19:57

£40 Billion Brexit Divorce Bill Is £615 each

Reports that Theresa May and her Cabinet have agreed to offer the EU £40 billion pounds should come as bad news for everyone. But just to show how bad it is, we will break it down for you. If the Cabinet do offer Brussels the totally unjust £40 billion pounds of tax payer’s money then…
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We were recently doing some market research on our competitors to see who was offering what. We started to notice that almost all of our competitors have thousands of public reviews. Without a shadow of a doubt, let us tell you now – they are 99.9% fake. Let us think about this logically, you get…
Reports that the Chancellor is about to lower the threshold at which small businesses start paying VAT can’t possibly be true, surely? Can the Chancellor truly be that daft? Can’t he see that it would be political and financial suicide for him? There are stories all over the media that Phillip Hammond is set to…
For those of you who don’t know we get about 50 calls a day for people who pay upfront for loans that don’t exist. At first we used to feel some sympathy, but now we’ve changed our mind and here is why. The background to the issue is here - Warning Recently things have deteriorated…
Today we have lodged a complaint with the FCA about the conduct of so-called Money Expert Martin Lewis for giving advice on regulated products, in this case mortgages. We believe there is a case to answer, or at least consideration for prosecution / or a public of Mr Lewis for breaching rules regarding giving regulated…
We are looking for a mixture of 10 current and former students who feel they may have been mis-sold their students loans. We are looking into are the possibility of funding a legal challenge against the Government backed Student Loans Company The rules on lending are very clear and there are certain checks that providers…
We are pleased to announce that we are moving ahead with our new service “Pay As You Warm”. The new service is completely different from anything else available because it will partially disable boilers if payments are not made on time. Many poor people are locked out of buying a new boiler because of their…
Wednesday, 18 October 2017 10:08

Could You Live Without a Credit Card?

Credit cards are part of our society now. The original credit card in the UK was issued by Barclaycard in 1966. However, credit vouchers were created long before this, back in 1880. At that time, there was no technology available to make credit cards a reality. The credit vouchers did kick-start the idea, though. Today,…
Monday, 16 October 2017 08:04

How to Reduce Your Water Bill

Remember when your water bill was for a set amount? No matter how conscious you were about saving water, you still had that same bill to meet every month. Now, thankfully, things have changed. Since more households are now on water meters, we have far more control over the amount we spend. If you live…
Friday, 13 October 2017 08:55

How to Cope with the Emotional Side of Debt

Getting into debt isn’t something anyone sets out to do. However, every year, there are people who find themselves in debt, and cannot pay their way out of it without taking some drastic actions. There is plenty of advice and support out there for the practical side of getting out of debt. But how much…
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